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TABLE 1. The effect of ethanol and n hyphen butanol on growth of S. cerevisiae in the absence and presence of acetic acid.

Cells were cultured aerobically in minimal medium at pH 5, supplemented with the indicated concentrations of ethanol, n‑butanol and acetic acid. Values given are the mean of three biological replicates ± standard deviation.