Community structures and genomic features of undesirable white colony-forming yeasts on fermented vegetables

  title={Community structures and genomic features of undesirable white colony-forming yeasts on fermented vegetables},
  author={J. Kim and Juseok Kim and I. Cha and M. Y. Jung and H. S. Song and Yeon Bee Kim and Changsu Lee and Seung-Yeon Kang and J. Bae and Yoon-E Choi and T. Kim and S. Roh},
  journal={Journal of Microbiology},
  • J. Kim, Juseok Kim, +9 authors S. Roh
  • Published 2019
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of Microbiology
  • White colony-forming yeasts (WCFYs) often appear in fermented foods, depending on the storage method. Despite the ongoing research on fermented foods, the community and genome features of WCFYs have not been well studied. In this study, the community structures of WCFYs on fermented vegetables (kimchi) prepared with various raw materials were investigated using deep sequencing. Only eight operational taxonomic units (OTUs) were detected, indicating that the community structure of WCFYs on… CONTINUE READING
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