Yeasts in Food Fermentations and Therapeutics

  • G. Vijayalakshmi
  • B. K. Lonsane
  • M. M. Krishnaiah
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Abstract

With the rapid increase in world population, the need to find ways of satisfying hunger becomes more urgent, almost day by day. Therefore, food technology becomes a more and more important discipline as the urgency increases.

Keywords

Steam Bacillus Microbial Degradation Carotenoid Straw 

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  • G. Vijayalakshmi
  • B. K. Lonsane
  • M. M. Krishnaiah

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