Saccharomyces Meyen ex Reess (1870)

@inproceedings{VaughanMartini2011SaccharomycesME,
  title={Saccharomyces Meyen ex Reess (1870)},
  author={Ann Vaughan-Martini and Alessandro Martini},
  year={2011}
}
Publisher Summary This chapter studies the genus Saccharomyces. In the determination of the asexual reproduction it is seen that budding is multilateral and cells are globose, ellipsoid, or cylindroid. Pseudohyphae may be formed, but septate hyphae are absent. In sexual reproduction it is found that the asexual state may be haploid but is often diploid or of higher ploidy. Conjugation may occur between complementary mating types, or, more commonly, diploid cells convert directly into asci… CONTINUE READING

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