Biodiversity of cold-adapted yeasts from glacial meltwater rivers in Patagonia, Argentina.

@article{Garca2007BiodiversityOC,
  title={Biodiversity of cold-adapted yeasts from glacial meltwater rivers in Patagonia, Argentina.},
  author={Virginia de Garc{\'i}a and Silvia Brizzio and Diego Libkind and Pietro Buzzini and Mar{\'i}a Rosa van Broock},
  journal={FEMS microbiology ecology},
  year={2007},
  volume={59 2},
  pages={331-41}
}
The occurrence of culturable yeasts in glacial meltwater from the Frías, Castaño Overo and Río Manso glaciers, located on Mount Tronador in the Nahuel Huapi National Park (Northwestern Patagonia, Argentina) is presented. Subsurface water samples were filtered for colony counting and yeast isolation. The total yeast count ranged between 6 and 360 CFU L(-1). Physiologic and molecular methods were employed to identify 86 yeast isolates. In agreement with yeast diversity data from studies for… CONTINUE READING

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