Perfect state of Rhodomyces dendrorhous (Phaffia rhodozyma)
- W. Golubev
- 1 February 1995
After mother–daughter cell conjugation, formation of long holobasidia with terminal basidiospores was observed without mycelium production in Rhodomyces dendrorhous (including the type strain of…
Antagonistic Interactions Among Yeasts
- W. Golubev
This chapter will focus on much more specific interactions stemming from antifungal agent secretion by yeasts, particularly the proteinaceous compounds having fungicidal or fungistatic action.
Microcin production by the yeast Cryptococcus humicola.
Findings show that the killer phenomenon in yeasts such as bacteriocinogeny may be due to excretion of two types of killer toxins: mycocins and microcins.
Ustilagic acid secretion by Pseudozyma fusiformata strains.
Production of Antifungal Cellobiose Lipids by Trichosporon porosum
Fungicidal preparation obtained from the culture broth was shown to be a mixture of cellobiosides of dihydrodecane acid with different degree of acetylation of cellobiose residue, which caused the death of Candida albicans and Filobasidiella neoformans cells.
Mycocin production in Trichosporon pullulans populations colonizing tree exudates in the spring.
The competitive advantage of mycocin production at the population level was exemplified by the predominance of myCocinogenic strains both in laboratory model communities and in natural populations.
Mastigobasidium, a new teleomorphic genus for the perfect state of ballistosporous yeast Bensingtonia intermedia.
- W. Golubev
- BiologyInternational Journal of Systematic Bacteriology
- 1 July 1999
A new genus, Mastigobasidium, is proposed for teliospore-forming, xylose-lacking, ballistosporogenous, glucuronate-positive yeasts. The distinguishing features of the genus are: germination of the…
An ustilaginomycetous yeast, Pseudozyma graminicola sp. nov., isolated from the leaves of pasture plants
Two strains belonging to a novel anamorphic species, Pseudozyma graminicola, were isolated from the leaves of herbaceous plants in the Moscow region (Russia) and Physiological characteristics distinguishing this novel species from the other species of the genus Pseudzyma are presented.
Cryptococcus stepposus, a new filobasidiaceous yeast species found in the Prioksko-terrasny biosphere reserve in Russia.
Classification of heterobasidiomycetous yeasts: characteristics and affiliation of genera to higher taxa of heterobasidiomycetes.
- T. Boekhout, A. Fonseca, J. Sampaio, W. Golubev
- BiologyCanadian Journal of Microbiology (print)
- 1 March 1993
The search for the “missing link” in the immune response to infectious disease continues to be a major cause of disease-related death in animals and humans.