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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…
Methods for the isolation, maintenance and identification of yeasts
- D. Yarrow
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, two of Wingea robertsiae and four of Pichia etchellsii, suggesting related genome organization of these plasmid genes.
Nonindustrial Private Forest Owners and Ecosystem Management: Can They Work Together?
Cryptococcus adeliensis sp. nov., a xylanase producing basidiomycetous yeast from Antarctica
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…
A guide to identifying and classifying yeasts
This guide to identifying and classifying yeasts will help you to start reading and find an interesting book that will make you want to read.
Alcoholic Fermentation of d-Xylose by Yeasts
- Ansa Toivola, D. Yarrow, Eduard van den Bosch, J. P. van Dijken, W. A. Scheffers
- Biology, EngineeringApplied and environmental microbiology
- 1 June 1984
Screening of type strains of 200 species of yeasts for their capacity to ferment d-cellobiose revealed that only Candida tenuis CBS 4435 was a good fermenter of both xylose and cellobiose under the test conditions used.
Identification of pathogenic yeasts of the imperfect genus Candida by polymerase chain reaction fingerprinting
PCR fingerprinting was successfully applied here to identify yeast isolates Microsatellite and minisatellite specific primers were used as single primers in the PCR to amplify hypervariable interrepeat DNA sequences from over 200 European, American and Australian clinical isolates within the genus Candida.