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Malt sugar



A white crystalline sugar that forms during the hydrolysis of starch


Disaccharides form when two monosaccharide units join together via dehydration synthesis. Malt sugar, also known as maltose, is one of the most common forms of disaccharides.

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Sucrose vs. Glucose in YEast Fermentation

... in yeast and which ones would be metabolized most efficiently. I mixed malt syrup (maltose), corn syrup (glucose), and refined sugar (sucrose) into different bottles that each contained one cup of warm water. I sealed ...

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by Cris1111
Thu Jun 02, 2011 4:37 pm
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Topic: Sucrose vs. Glucose in YEast Fermentation
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Re: isolate yeast

... around us, so you can try other source, not only sources which contain sugar. Isolation sources also depend on which substrate you want to ferment ... want to product. 2) In my lab, we used a very easily-prepared media - Malt Glucose (just consist of Malt and Glucose) 3) Yeasts grow quicker than ...

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Fri Jul 18, 2008 2:33 pm
Forum: Microbiology
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