The use of different oils for the cultivation ofStreptomyces cinnamonensis
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The addition of 2–4% oils to the synthetic fermentation medium used for the cultivation ofStreptomyces cinnamonensis increased the production of monensin three times on the average. When the amount of the added oil was lower than 2% and higher than 4% the production sharply decreased. The maximal production preceded the maximal consumption of individual fatty acids of the added oils, the content of oleic acid decreasing most pronouncedly.
KeywordsLinoleic Acid Oleic Acid Streptomyces Soybean Meal Erucic Acid
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