Temperature adaptation markedly determines evolution within the genus Saccharomyces.

@article{Salvad2011TemperatureAM,
  title={Temperature adaptation markedly determines evolution within the genus Saccharomyces.},
  author={Zoel Salvad{\'o} and Francisco Noē Arroyo-L{\'o}pez and J{\'o}s{\'e} Manuel Guillam{\'o}n and Gabriela Chinchilla Salazar and Amparo Querol and Eladio Barrio},
  journal={Applied and environmental microbiology},
  year={2011},
  volume={77 7},
  pages={
          2292-302
        }
}
The present study uses a mathematical-empirical approach to estimate the cardinal growth temperature parameters (T(min), the temperature below which growth is no longer observed; T(opt), the temperature at which the μ(max) equals its optimal value; μ(opt), the optimal value of μ(max); and T(max), the temperature above which no growth occurs) of 27 yeast strains belonging to different Saccharomyces and non-Saccharomyces species. S. cerevisiae was the yeast best adapted to grow at high… CONTINUE READING

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