ISOLATION OF YEAST STRAINS WITH HIGH PROLIFERATION ABILITY FROM FOOD SAMPLES IN SON DUONG DISTRICT, TUYEN QUANG PROVINCE
Keywords:yeasts; isolation; Trichosporon asahii; Saccharomyces cerevisiae; application.
Yeasts are eukaryotic, single - celled microorganisms with many applications in life. The fermentation products, such as wine, bread, feed, always require yeasts strains possessing high ability in proliferation and fermentation. Following Zerihun Tsegaye’s isolation methods and identification with sequencing, there are two yeast strains with high proliferating ability are isolated from food products in Son Duong district, Tuyen Quang province. The strain Trichosporon Asahi is the potential to become a good model organism in molecular biology researches and medicine. The strain Saccharomyces cerevisiae can increase the size of dough in bread making, show the potential to be able to apply into production processes.
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