Commonly used raw materials are the production of alcohol and monosodium glutamate wastewater, sulfite pulp waste, wood and agricultural by-products of the hydrolysis of sugar solution (see plant raw materials hydrolysis), molasses, whey and whey products processing waste, methanol, n-alkanes, and so on, they all contain yeast to reproduce the necessary sugars or hydrocarbons and other carbon sources and other nutrients. The strains used in industrial production vary from raw materials, for example, in the use of sugar raw materials, as well as sulfite pulp waste liquid, alcohol and monosodium glutamate waste liquid as raw materials, the use of production of prion yeast (Candida utilis), also known as edible spherical yeast, in the use of N-alkanes as raw materials used in tropical candida yeast (candida tropicalis), Hanson yeast (Hansenula polym-orpha) and so on when methanol is used as raw material. The basic characteristics of these single-celled microbes are: Simple nutrition requirements, can make full use of carbohydrates and organic acids, strong reproductive capacity, can be in the higher concentrations of the reduction of reproduction, and the use of the reduction of high, high temperature, acid environment resistance, high protein and vitamin content, and no pathogen and toxicity.
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