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Fig. 4.34 Electron micrograph of budding brewing yeast (kindly provided by Katharine Smart. Oxford Brookes University).

Fig. 4.34 Electron micrograph of budding brewing yeast (kindly provided by Katharine Smart. Oxford Brookes University).

Oxford Brookes University in Oxford, UK has explored the use of confocal microscopy together with wheat germ agglutinin to generate 3D images of yeast cells. Some these stunning images (Christopher Powell, in preparation) are presented in Fig. 4.35).

4.4.2.4 Proteins. Protein accounts for 5-10% of the cell wall. The cell wall 'proteins' are represented by (i) structural proteins (ii) enzymes and (iii) surface receptor proteins (see Fleet, 1991). The structural proteins include the heterogeneous man-

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