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List of Publications: 1942-1960

       1.     Mrak, E.M., H.J. Phaff and B.L. Smith.  March 1942.  Non-validity of the genus Asporomyces.  Mycologia 34(2):139-141.

       2.     Mrak, E.M., H.J. Phaff and R.H. Vaughn.  June 1942.  Yeasts occurring on dates.  Journal of Bacteriology 43(6):689-700.

       3.     Mrak, E.M., H.J. Phaff, R.H. Vaughn and H.N. Hansen.  Oct. 1942.  Yeasts occurring in souring figs.  Journal of Bacteriology 44(4):441-450.

       4.     Mrak, E.M., H.J. Phaff and H.C. Douglas.  Nov. 1942.  A sporulation stock medium for yeasts and other fungi.  Science 96(2497):432-433.

       5.     Mrak, E.M., H.J. Phaff and H. Friar.  March 1943.  Dehydration of cherries.  Fruit Products Journal 22(7):198-201.

       6.     Phaff, H.J., and M.A. Joslyn.  March 1943.  Peroxidase test for blanching requires careful application.  Food Industries 15(3):50-52.

       7.     Mrak, E.M., H.J. Phaff, C.D. Fisher and G. Mackinney.  April 1943.  Dehydration of fruits offers important wartime advantages.  Food Industries 13(4):59-62.

       8.     Phaff, H.J., and H.C. Douglas.  July 1944.  A note on yeasts occurring in dessert wines.  Fruit Products Journal and American Food Manufacturer 23(11):332-333.

       9.     Phaff, H.J., R.L. Perry and E.M. Mrak.  Feb. 1945.  New methods produce superior dehydrated cut fruits. Part I.  Food Industries 17(2):150-153, 234, 236, 238, 240.

     10.     Phaff, H.J., G.L. Marsh, E.M. Mrak and C.D. Fisher.  May 1945.  New methods produce superior dehydrated cut fruits. Part II. Apricots and Freestone peaches.  Food Industries 17(5):516-518, 600, 602, 604, 606, 608.

     11.     Phaff, H.J., E.M. Mrak, R.L. Perry and C.D. Fisher.  June 1945.  New methods produce superior dehydrated cut fruits. III. Clingstone peaches and pears.  Food Industries 17(6):634-637.

     12.     Perry, R.L., G.L. Marsh and H.J. Phaff.  Oct. 1945.  Some engineering aspects of blanching cut fruits for dehydration.  Agricultural Engineering 26(10):421-422, 424.

     13.     Whelton, Rita, H.J. Phaff, E.M. Mrak and C.D. Fisher.  Jan. 1946.  Control of microbiological food spoilage by fumigation with epoxides.  Food Industries 18(1):23-25; 18(2):174-176, 318, 320.

     14.     Phaff, H.J., E.M. Mrak, Ruth Allemann and Rita Whelton.  Jan. 1946.  Microbiology of prunes during handling and drying.  Fruit Products Journal and American Food Manufacturer 25(5):140-141, 155.

       15.       Perry, R.L., E.M. Mrak, H.J. Phaff, G.L. Marsh and C.D. Fisher.  Dec. 1946.  Fruit Dehydration. I. Principles and Equipment.  University of California Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin No. 698, 68 pp.

     16.     Whelton, Rita, and H.J. Phaff.  Jan. 1947.  A non-respiratory variant of Saccharomyces cerevisiae.  Science 105(2715):44-45.

     17.     Mrak, E.M., and H.J. Phaff.  Feb. 1947.  Recent advances in the production and handling of dehydrated fruits.  Food Technology 1(2):157-160.

     18.     Phaff, H.J.  April 1947.  The production of exocellular pectic enzymes by Penicillium chrysogenum. I. On the formation and adaptive nature of polygalacturonase and pectinesterase.  Archives of Biochemistry 13(1):67-81.

     19.     Joslyn, M.A., and H.J. Phaff.  April 1947.  Recent advances in the chemistry of pectic substances.  Wallerstein Laboratories Communications 10(29):39-56.

     20.     Phaff, H.J., and M.A. Joslyn.  Aug. 1947.  The newer knowledge of pectic enzymes.  Wallerstein Laboratories Communications 19(30):133-148.

     21.     Mrak, E.M., and H.J. Phaff.  1948.  Yeasts.  Annual Review of Microbiology 2:l-46.

     22.     Chari, C.N., C.P. Natarajan, E.M. Mrak and H.J. Phaff.  March 1948.  The effect of blanching and dehydration on enzyme activity and storage quality of high moisture unprocessed prunes.  Fruit Products Journal and American Food Manufacturer 27(7):206-211.

     23.     Phaff, H.J., and E.M. Mrak.  Dec. 1948.  Sporulation of yeasts. Part I.  Wallerstein Laboratories Communications 11(35):261-279.

     24.     Phaff, H.J., and E.M. Mrak.  March 1949.  Sporulation of yeasts. Part II.  Wallerstein Laboratories Communications 12(36):29-34.

     25.     Mrak, E.M., H.J. Phaff and G. Mackinney.  April 1949.  A simple test for carotenoid pigments in yeasts.  Journal of Bacteriology 57(4):409-411.

     26.     Bouthilet, R.J., Nora E. Neilson, E.M. Mrak and H.J. Phaff.  May 1949.  The fermentation of trehalose by yeasts and its taxonomic implications.  Journal of General Microbiology 3(2):282-289.

     27.     Mrak, Emil M., Herman J. Phaff, Rita E. Whelton and Charles D. Fisher.  June 1950.  Method for treatment of and package for dried fruit.  United States Patent No. 2,511,987.

     28.     Phaff, H.J.  1951.  Fruit and vegetable dehydration principles and advances (1864-1945).  Biologia II. Chronica Botanica 12(4/6):306-329.

     29.     Lukes, T.M., and H.J. Phaff.  1951.  Characteristics of trehalase in Candida tropicalis.  Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 18:323-335.

     30.     Luh, B.S., and H.J. Phaff.  Sept. 1951.  Studies on polygalacturonase of certain yeasts.  Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics 33(2):212-227.

     31.     Phaff, H.J., and B.S. Luh.  March 1952.  The preparation of pure di- and tri-galacturonic acids. Letters to the editors.  Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics 36(1):231-232.

     32.     Phaff, H.J., E.M. Mrak and O.B. Williams.  July 1952.  Yeasts isolated from shrimp.  Mycologia 44(4):431-451.

     33.     Nakayama, T., G. Mackinney and H.J. Phaff.  1954.  Carotenoids in asporogenous yeasts.  Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 20:217-228.

     34.     Luh, B.S., and H.J. Phaff.  Jan. 1954.  Properties of yeast polygalacturonase.  Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics 48(1):23-37.

     35.     Luh, B.S., and H.J. Phaff.  July 1954.  End products and mechanism of hydrolysis of pectin and pectic acid by yeast polygalacturonase (YPG).  Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics 51(1):102-113.

     36.     Demain, A.L., and H.J. Phaff.  July 1954.  The preparation of tetragalacturonic acid.  Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics 51(1):114-121.

     37.     Shifrine, Moshe, H.J. Phaff and A.L. Demain.  July 1954.  Determination of carbon assimilation patterns of yeasts by replica plating.  Journal of Bacteriology 68(1):28-35.

     38.     Demain, A.L., and H.J. Phaff.  Sept. 1954.  Composition and action of yeast polygalacturonase.  Nature 174:515-516.

     39.     Demain, Arnold L., and H.J. Phaff.  Sept. 1954.  Hydrolysis of the oligalacturonides and pectic acid by yeast polygalacturonase.  The Journal of Biological Chemistry 210(1):381-393.

     40.     Phaff, Herman J.  Jan. 1955.  A new method of collecting Drosophila by means of sterile bait. Letter to the Editors.  American Naturalist 70(844):53-54.

     41.     El Tabey Shehata, A.M., E.M. Mrak and H.J. Phaff.  Nov. 1955.  Yeasts isolated from Drosophila and from their suspected feeding places in southern and central California.  Mycologia 47(6):799-811.

     42.     Phaff, H.J.  1956.  A proposal for amendment of the diagnosis of the genus Pichia hansen.  Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 22:113-116.

     43.     Phaff, H.J., and Elisa P. Knapp.  1956.  The taxonomy of yeasts found in exudates of certain trees and other natural breeding sites of some species of Drosophila.  Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 22:117-130.

     44.     Pappagianis, D., and H.J. Phaff.  1956.  Delayed fermentation of sucrose by certain haploid species of Saccharomyces.  Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 22:353-370.

     45.     Shifrine, M., and H.J. Phaff.  Jan. 1956.  The association of yeasts with certain bark beetles.  Mycologia 48(1):41-55.

     46.     Phaff, H.J., and A.L. Demain.  Feb. 1956.  The unienzymatic nature of yeast polygalacturonase.  The Journal of Biological Chemistry 218(2):875-884.

     47.     Phaff, H.J., M.W. Miller and M. Shifrine.  June 1956.  The taxonomy of yeasts isolated from Drosophila in the Yosemite region of California.  Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 22(2):145-161.

     48.     Phaff, H.J., M.W. Miller, J.A. Recca, M. Shifrine and E. Mrak.  July 1956.  Studies on the ecology of Drosophila in the Yosemite region of California. II. Yeasts found in the alimentary canal of Drosophila.  Ecology 37(3):533-538.

     49.     Luh, B.S., S.J. Leonard and H.J. Phaff.  July 1956.  Hydrolysis of pectic materials and oligouronides by tomato polygalacturonase.  Food Research 21(4):448-455.

     50.     Carson, H.L., E.P. Knapp and H.J. Phaff.  July 1956.  Studies on the ecology of Drosophila in the Yosemite region of California. III. The yeast flora of the natural breeding sites of some species of Drosophila.  Ecology 37(3):538-544.

     51.     Dobzhansky, T., D.M. Cooper, H.J. Phaff, E.P. Knapp and H.L. Carson.  July 1956.  Studies on the ecology of Drosophila in the Yosemite region of California. IV. Differential attraction of species of Drosophila to different species of yeasts.  Ecology 37(3):544-550.

     52.     Mrak, E.M., R.H. Vaughn, M.W. Miller and H.J. Phaff.  Sept. 1956.  Yeasts occurring in brines during the fermentation and storage of green olives.  Food Technology 10(9):416-419.

     53.     Demain, A.L., and H.J. Phaff.  Jan. 1957.  Softening of cucumbers during curing.  Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 5(1):60-64.

     54.     Demain, Arnold L., and Herman J. Phaff.  June 1957.  Recent advances in the enzymatic hydrolysis of pectic substances.  Wallerstein Laboratories Communication 20(69):119-140.

     55.     de Camargo, Rodolpho, and H.J. Phaff.  July 1957.  Yeasts occurring in Drosophila flies and in fermenting tomato fruits in Northern California.  Food Research 22(4):367-372.

     56.     Shifrine, M., and H.J. Phaff.  1958.  On the isolation, ecology and taxonomy of Saccharomycopsis guttulata.  Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 24(3/4):193-209.

     57.     Shifrine, M., and H.J. Phaff.  1958.  On the cell wall composition of Saccharomycopsis guttulata.  Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 24(3/4):274-280.

     58.     Patel, D.S., and H.J. Phaff.  Nov. 1958.  On the action of purified tomato polygalacturonase.  Food Research 23(6):693-694.

     59.     Miller, M.W., and H.J. Phaff.  Dec. 1958.  A comparative study of the apiculate yeasts.  Mycopathologia et Mycologia Applicata 10(2):113-141.

     60.     Miller, M.W., and H.J. Phaff.  Dec. 1958.  On the cell wall composition of the apiculate yeasts.  Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 24(3/4):225-238.

     61.     Phaff, H.J.  1959.  The production of certain extracellular enzymes by microorganisms.  p.76-116, IN: W. Ruhland (ed.), Handbuch der Pflanzenphysiologie (Encyclopedia of Plant Physiology), Springer-Verlag, Berlin.

     62.     Patel, D.S., and H.J. Phaff.  Feb. 1959.  On the mechanism of action of yeast endo-polygalacturonase on oligogalacturonides and their reduced and oxidized derivatives.  The Journal of Biological Chemistry 234(2):237-241.

     63.     Shifrine, M., and H.J. Phaff.  May 1959.  Nutritional requirements of Saccharomycopsis guttulata (Robin) Schionning.  Mycologia 51(3):318-328.

     64.     Ferreira, J.D., and H.J. Phaff.  Sept. 1959.  Life cycle and nuclear behavior of a species of the yeast genus Schwanniomyces.  Journal of Bacteriology 78(3):352-361.

     65.     Phaff, H.J.  1960.  Saccharomycetales; Sporobolomycetales; Malt beverage; Ethyl alcohol; Fat and oil, edible; Distilled spirits; Food microbiology; Wine; Cryptococcales; Yeast; Yeast, industrial.  p.1-2, 10-11, 80-81, 89-91, 184-188, 253-256, 423-424, 506-508, 578-579, 599-604, IN: McGraw-Hill Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, McGraw-Hill, New York.

     66.     Snyder, H.E., and H.J. Phaff.  1960.  Studies on a beta-fructosidase (inulinase) produced by Saccharomyces fragilis.  Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 26:433-452.

     67.     Patel, D.S., and H.J. Phaff.  Jan. 1960.  Studies on the purification of tomato polygalacturonase.  Food Research 25(1):37-46.

     68.     Patel, D.S., and H.J. Phaff.  Jan. 1960.  Properties of purified tomato polygalacturonase.  Food Research 25(1):47-57.

     69.     Cooke, Wm. Bridge, H.J. Phaff, M.W. Miller, M. Shifrine and Elisa P. Knapp.  March 1960.  Yeasts in polluted water and sewage.  Mycologia 52(2):210-230.

     70.     Phaff, H.J., M.W. Miller and Wm. Bridge Cooke.  June 1960.  A new species of Schwanniomyces: Schwanniomyces alluvius.  Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 26(2):182-188.

 

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