brewing yeast


brewing yeast
пивные дрожжи

yeast laboratory stage — лабораторная стадия ращения дрожжей

yeast extruding machine — экструдер для формования дрожжей

yeast culture preparation — приготовление культуры дрожжей

yeast growth capacity — способность дрожжей к размножению

yeast propagation medium — среда для выращивания дрожжей


English-Russian travelling dictionary. 2015.

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  • Brewing Industry Research Foundation — In 1946 The Institute of Brewing recommended the setting up of an experimental research station with a full time Director of Research and in 1947 Dr J Masson Gulland (Professor of Organic Chemistry, Nottingham University) was appointed to that… …   Wikipedia

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  • yeast — n. any of a group of fungi in which the body (mycelium) consists of individual cells, which may occur singly, in groups of two or three, or in chains. Yeasts reproduce by budding and by the formation of sexual spores (in the case of the perfect… …   The new mediacal dictionary


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