Multigene phylogenetic analysis of the Lipomycetaceae and the proposed transfer of Zygozyma species to Lipomyces and Babjevia anomala to Dipodascopsis.

@article{Kurtzman2007MultigenePA,
  title={Multigene phylogenetic analysis of the Lipomycetaceae and the proposed transfer of Zygozyma species to Lipomyces and Babjevia anomala to Dipodascopsis.},
  author={Cletus P. Kurtzman and Jacobus Albertyn and Eleanor Basehoar-Powers},
  journal={FEMS yeast research},
  year={2007},
  volume={7 6},
  pages={1027-34}
}
Phylogenetic relationships among species assigned to genera of the family Lipomycetaceae were determined from analysis of the nearly entire large, subunit rRNA gene, the small subunit rRNA gene, mitochondrial small subunit rRNA gene and the translation elongation factor-1alpha gene. Monophyly of the Lipomycetaceae was strongly supported, and currently described species appear genetically unique. The multigene analysis provided no support for maintaining the genera Kawasakia, Smithiozyma… CONTINUE READING

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Multigene phylogenetic analysis of the Lipomycetaceae and the proposed transfer of Zygozyma species to Lipomyces and Babjevia anomala to Dipodascopsis .
The proposed changes will result in the Lipomycetaceae having two ascosporic genera , Lipomyces and Dipodascopsis , and the anamorphic genus Myxozyma .
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