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Technical Reports

 

       1.     Phaff, H.J.  Aug. 1942.  Dehydration of vegetables.  Good Packaging 3(8):17-20.

       2.     Phaff, H.J.  Nov. 1944.  New ideas in the dehydration of apricots and peaches.  The Canner 99(2599):24, 29-30, 42.

       3.     Phaff, H.J.  May 1945.  The sulfuring of fruits for drying.  p.20-23, IN: Dehydration Conference for Grapes and Cut Fruits, Proceedings, Modesto, California, May 1, 1945.

       4.     Mrak, E.M., H.J. Phaff, G.L. Marsh and Gordon Mackinney.  Sept. 1947.  New drying processes for fruit products.  Food Packer 28(10):44, 46.

       5.     Phaff, H.J., and E.M. Mrak.  April 1948.  Sulfur house operation.  California Agricultural Experiment Station Circular No. 382, 10 pp.

       6.     Phaff, H.J., and E.M. Mrak.  July 1948.  Sulfur house operation.  California Agriculture 2(7):11.

       7.     Mrak, E.M., and H.J. Phaff.  Aug. 1948.  Prunes. Superior quality pack for special markets possible by new procedure.  California Agriculture 2(18):11-12.

       8.     Mrak, E.M., and H.J. Phaff.  Nov. 1948.  Taxonomy and morphology of yeasts.  p.89-92, IN: Proceedings of the Yeast Symposium, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

       9.     Phaff, H.J., and E.M. Mrak.  Nov. 1948.  Ecology and distribution of yeasts.  p.92-93, IN: Proceedings of the Yeast Symposium, Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

     10.     Kilbuck, J.H., H.J. Phaff and E.M. Mrak.  April 1949.  Dried prunes.  California Agriculture 3(4):9-10.

     11.     Mrak, E.M., and H.J. Phaff.  July 1949.  Sun-drying fruits.  California Agricultural Experiment Station Circular No. 392, 19 pp.

     12.     Phaff, H.J., and E.M. Mrak.  Aug. 1949.  Blanched dehydrated fruits are superior.  Western Canner and Packer 41(9):47, 49-50.

     13.     Phaff, Herman J., and Emil M. Mrak.  Aug. 1949.  Successful dehydration of clingstone peaches.  California Agriculture 3(8):8-9, 14.

     14.     Phaff, H.J., and M.W. Miller.  Jan. 1957.  The role of Drosophila in initiating yeast spoilage in Calimyrna figs.  p.32-33, IN: R.M. Warner (ed.), Proceedings of the Eleventh Annual Research Conference, California Fig Institute, Fresno, California.

     15.     Delisle, A., and H. J. Phaff.  Jan. 1961.  The release of nitrogenous products by brewers yeast.  Brewers Digest 36(1):35-38.

     16.     Phaff, H.J.  March 1962.  Some current research on brewing yeast and its contaminants.  Master Brewers Association of America Communications 23(3/4):3-6.

     17.     Miller, M.W., and H.J. Phaff.  March 1962.  Figs, insects, and diseases.  p.8-10, IN: Proceedings of the Sixteenth Annual Research Conference, California Fig Institute, Fresno, California.

     18.     Lewis, Michael, and Herman J. Phaff.  Dec. 1962.  The release of nitrogenous products by brewers yeast. A review of the literature.  Brewing Industries Research Institute Research Notes 4(4): 3 pp.

     19.     Lewis, M.J., and H.J. Phaff.  July 1963.  The release of nitrogenous products by brewers yeast. I. The phenomenon of shock excretion. General observations.  Brewing Industries Research Institute Research Notes 5(4): 3 pp.

     20.     Lewis, M.J., and H.J. Phaff.  Oct. 1963.  The release of nitrogenous products by brewers yeast. The phenomenon of shock excretion. II. Role of osmosis in shock excretion.  Brewing Industries Research Institute Research Notes 5(5): 2 pp.

     21.     Lewis, M.J., and H.J. Phaff.  Feb. 1964.  The release of nitrogenous products by brewers yeast. The phenomenon of shock excretion. III. Energy requirements.  Brewing Industries Research Institute Research Notes 6(1): 3 pp.

     22.     Lewis, M.J., and H.J. Phaff.  May 1964.  The release of nitrogenous products by brewers yeast. The phenomenon of shock excretion. IV. Further studies on energy requirements.  Brewing Industries Research Institute Research Notes 6(2): 3 pp.

     23.     Lewis, M.J., and H.J. Phaff.  Dec. 1964.  The release of nitrogenous products by brewers yeast. The phenomenon of shock excretion. V. Further studies on energy requirements.  Brewing Industries Research Institute Research Notes 6(2): 3 pp.

     24.     Lewis, M.J., and H.J. Phaff.  Dec. 1964.  The release of nitrogenous products by brewers yeast. The phenomenon of shock excretion. VI. Importance of membrane state and a state of flux.  Brewing Industries Research Institute Research Notes 6(6): 3 pp.

     25.     Lewis, M.J., and H.J. Phaff.  Dec. 1965.  The release of nitrogenous products by brewers yeast. The phenomenon of shock excretion. VII. Importance of the lag phase.  Brewing Industries Research Institute Research Notes 7(1): 4 pp.

     26.     Lewis, M.J., and H.J. Phaff.  Dec. 1965.  The release of nitrogenous products by brewers yeast. The phenomenon of shock excretion. VIII. Involvement of membrane structure.  Brewing Industries Research Institute Research Notes 7(2): 4 pp.

     27.     Lewis, M.J., and H.J. Phaff.  Dec. 1965.  The release of nitrogenous products by brewers yeast. The phenomenon of shock excretion. IX. Effect of protection and modification of the yeast cell membrane.  Brewing Industries Research Institute Research Notes 7(3): 3 pp.

     28.     Lewis, M.J., and H.J. Phaff.  Dec. 1965.  The release of nitrogenous products by brewers yeast. The phenomenon of shock excretion. X. Leakage of components other than alpha-amino nitrogen.  Brewing Industries Research Institute Research Notes 7(4): 5 pp.

     29.     Lewis, M.J., and H.J. Phaff.  Dec. 1965.  The release of nitrogenous products by brewers yeast. Terminal report.  Brewing Industries Research Institute Research Notes 7(5): 8 pp.

     30.     Foda, M.S., and H.J. Phaff.  1969.  Starch Synthesis by Cryptococcus laurentii.  Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 35(Supplement:Yeast Symposium 1969):H9-10.

     31.     Phaff, H.J.  1989.  Yeasts; Living Resources for Biotechnology, ed. by B.E. Kirsop and C.P. Kurtzman, Cambridge University Press (book Review).  Quarterly Review of Biology 64:496-497.

 

 

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