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Yeasts: Characteristics and Identification
The most up-to-date yeast identification and reference manual ever published. Includes descriptions of the 678 currently recognised species and over 1300 high quality photomicrographs. Readily usable… Expand
Methods for the isolation, maintenance and identification of yeasts
- D. Yarrow
Publisher Summary This chapter focuses on the methods used for the isolation, maintenance, and identification of yeasts. Yeasts have been recovered from widely differing aquatic and terrestrial… Expand
64 – Candida Berkhout
Publisher Summary This chapter focuses on Candida genus and its member species. The cells of this genus are globose, ellipsoidal, cylindroidal, or elongate, occasionally ogival, triangular or… Expand
Chapter II – Methods for the isolation, maintenance, classification and identification of yeasts
Linear DNA plasmids from Pichia etchellsii, Debaryomyces hansenii and Wingea robertsiae.
Linear DNA plasmids were found in the following yeasts: four strains of Kluyveromyces lactis, one of Debaryomyces hansenii, one of Wingea robertsiae and four of Pichia etchellsii. In each case, the… Expand
Nonindustrial Private Forest Owners and Ecosystem Management: Can They Work Together?
Cryptococcus adeliensis sp. nov., a xylanase producing basidiomycetous yeast from Antarctica
- G. Scorzetti, I. Petrescu, D. Yarrow, J. Fell
- Biology, Medicine
- Antonie van Leeuwenhoek
- 1 February 2000
Cryptococcus adeliensis sp. nov. (CBS 8351) is described based on phenotypic characteristics and molecular sequence analysis of the D1/D2 large subunit and internal transcribed spacer regions of the… Expand
A guide to identifying and classifying yeasts
What do you do to start reading guide to identifying and classifying yeasts? Searching the book that you love to read first or find an interesting book that will make you want to read? Everybody has… Expand
Alcoholic Fermentation of d-Xylose by Yeasts.
- A. Toivola, D. Yarrow, E. van den Bosch, J. P. van Dijken, W. Scheffers
- Biology, Medicine
- Applied and environmental microbiology
- 1 June 1984
Type strains of 200 species of yeasts able to ferment glucose and grow on xylose were screened for fermentation of d-xylose. In most of the strains tested, ethanol production was negligible. Nineteen… Expand
Identification of pathogenic yeasts of the imperfect genus Candida by polymerase chain reaction fingerprinting
With the increase in the number of immunocompromised hosts, the number of fungal pathogens has increased markedly. Identification and classification, especially of yeast species and strains, is often… Expand