The influence of pH and temperature on the substrate yield coefficient for growth of Saccharomyces cerevisiae in a chemostat under limited organic substrate conditions was studied.
Mathematical analysis of the substrate yield coefficient as a function of pH and temperature in the near-optimal area was made. It was shown that the location of pH and temperature optima were independent of each other. The maximum substrate yield coefficient had the following coordinates: pH = 4.1, temperature = 28.5°C.
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