Ogataea chonburiensis sp. nov. and Ogataea nakhonphanomensis sp. nov., thermotolerant, methylotrophic yeast species isolated in Thailand, and transfer of Pichia siamensis and Pichia thermomethanolica to the genus Ogataea.

@article{Limtong2008OgataeaCS,
  title={Ogataea chonburiensis sp. nov. and Ogataea nakhonphanomensis sp. nov., thermotolerant, methylotrophic yeast species isolated in Thailand, and transfer of Pichia siamensis and Pichia thermomethanolica to the genus Ogataea.},
  author={Savitree Limtong and Nantana Srisuk and Wichien Yongmanitchai and Hiroya Yurimoto and Takashi Nakase},
  journal={International journal of systematic and evolutionary microbiology},
  year={2008},
  volume={58 Pt 1},
  pages={
          302-7
        }
}
Two thermotolerant, methylotrophic yeast strains, PT44(T) and S051(T), were respectively isolated from a tree exudate and soil collected in Thailand. They were categorized as thermotolerant strains on the basis of their good growth below 20 degrees C and up to a relatively high temperature (37 degrees C). The major characteristics of the two strains that place them in the genus Ogataea are the formation of four helmet- or hat-shaped ascospores in a deliquescent ascus that may be produced… 
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Ogataeaparapolymorpha sp. n. (NRRL YB-1982, CBS 12304, type strain), the ascosporic state of Candidaparapolymorpha, is described. The species appears homothallic, assimilates methanol as is typical
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