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Title : Microwave - vacuum dehydration of distillery yeast
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Microwave- vacuum drying of distillery yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae immobilized on the natural carriers (oat flakes, wheat bran, hay and straw) was carried out in the research. Heating with low power microwaves (180 W) at the simultaneously lowered pressure (4-6 kPa) was applied. It was found out that in the applied microwave - vacuum conditions, water from yeast cells was removed in a mild way, without damage to cell structures and dry material obtained within 30 minutes proved high vitality (84-95%) and enzymatic activity after rehydration.

Please use the following format to cite the selected article : Pasławska, M., Jałoszyński, K., Stępień, B., Surma, M. (2013). Microwave - vacuum dehydration of distillery yeast. Inzynieria Rolnicza, 4(147), 249-258.
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