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- Physiology, ecology and industrial applications of aroma formation in yeast
- Yeast Physiology and Biotechnology
- Stress tolerance: The key to effective strains of industrial baker's yeast
- Introductory Chapter: Yeasts in Biotechnology
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Physiology, ecology and industrial applications of aroma formation in yeast
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Mankind has exploited the metabolic activities of yeasts in baking and brewing for several millennia. The invention of the fed-batch technology for production of bakers' yeast has been a cornerstone of modern biotechnology, enabling the development of efficient production processes for antibiotics, biopharmaceuticals and technical enzymes. Alcoholic fermentation, on the other hand, is a model for microbial metabolite production and has become a major research focus for the manufacturing of biofuels. Expanding from our knowledge on bakers' yeast, diverse yeast species are explored today. The series highlights the latest research to produce biopharmaceuticals, enzymes, alcohols, organic acids, flavours and fine chemicals, underlining the huge potential of yeast biotechnology. The Guest Editors declare no competing interests. Targeting of cellular proteins to the extracellular environment is directed by a secretory signal sequence located at the N-terminus of a secretory protein.
Yeast cells are often employed in industrial fermentation processes for their ability to efficiently convert relatively high concentrations of sugars into ethanol and carbon dioxide. Additionally, fermenting yeast cells produce a wide range of other compounds, including various higher alcohols, carbonyl compounds, phenolic compounds, fatty acid derivatives and sulfur compounds. Interestingly, many of these secondary metabolites are volatile and have pungent aromas that are often vital for product quality. In this review, we summarize the different biochemical pathways underlying aroma production in yeast as well as the relevance of these compounds for industrial applications and the factors that influence their production during fermentation. Additionally, we discuss the different physiological and ecological roles of aroma-active metabolites, including recent findings that point at their role as signaling molecules and attractants for insect vectors. When presented with the appropriate nutrients, yeasts produce complex bouquets of aroma compounds including esters, higher alcohols, carbonyls, fatty acid derivatives and sulfur compounds.
Yeast Physiology and Biotechnology
Ascomycota p. Yeasts are eukaryotic , single-celled microorganisms classified as members of the fungus kingdom. The first yeast originated hundreds of millions of years ago, and at least 1, species are currently recognized. Yeasts are unicellular organisms that evolved from multicellular ancestors,  with some species having the ability to develop multicellular characteristics by forming strings of connected budding cells known as pseudohyphae or false hyphae. With their single-celled growth habit, yeasts can be contrasted with molds , which grow hyphae.
The ascomycetous yeast Pichia anomala is frequently associated with food and feed products, either as a production organism or as a spoilage yeast. It belongs to the non Saccharomyces wine yeasts and contributes to the wine aroma by the production of volatile compounds. The ability to grow in preserved food and feed environments is due to its capacity to grow under low pH, high osmotic pressure and low oxygen tension. A new application of P. Although classified as a biosafety class-1 organism, cases of P.
Stress tolerance: The key to effective strains of industrial baker's yeast
Since , the year of the release of the first Saccharomyces cerevisiae genome sequence, a wealth of genomic data has been made available for numerous S. A number of annotated genomes of interspecific hybrids are now also A number of annotated genomes of interspecific hybrids are now also available. Despite the millennial use of S.
Brewing Microbiology pp Cite as. Yeast is a eukaryotic, single-celled organism that, at the biochemical level, is very similar to all other eukaryotic cells. Indeed, much yeast research of recent times has used the organism as a model for more complex eukaryotes because of its ease of culture, the high level of genetic understanding, including the complete genome structure Goffeau et al. We thus have a very considerable amount of laboratory-derived information on the biochemistry and molecular biology of yeast, and the aim of this chapter is to discuss aspects that are important in the production of beer rather than attempting an overall survey of the topic. The background material is widely available in general textbooks Stryer; ; Lodish et al.
Yeasts in Biotechnology. Yeasts are very important for many reasons. These microorganisms were the first species to be domesticated by man, although not intentionally.
Introductory Chapter: Yeasts in Biotechnology
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