New Heterothallic species of Hansenula II. Hansenula bimundalis and variety Americana

@article{Wickerham2005NewHS,
  title={New Heterothallic species of Hansenula II. Hansenula bimundalis and variety Americana},
  author={Lynferd J. Wickerham},
  journal={Mycopathologia et mycologia applicata},
  year={2005},
  volume={26},
  pages={87-103}
}
Hansenula bimundalis occurs in a line of heterothallic species that have coniferous trees for their habitats. This yeast is the last of its phylogenetic line to be isolated from nature exclusively as haploid vegetative cells. The next species above it, as the genus is at present constituted, isHansenula wingei Wickerham, which occurs in nature as both diploid and haploid vegetative cells. Some of them do possess the sexual agglutination process, others do not.H. bimundalis is not sexually… CONTINUE READING

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