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DATE

1966-03

AUTHORS

Anna Kocková-Kratochvílová, Mária Pokorná, J. Šandula

ABSTRACT

Twenty-nine different strains of several fermentation type II species of the genusSaccharomyces, whose main common characteristic was complete fermentation of raffinose, were studied. These can be regarded as the most highly developed species of the genusSaccharomyces. Their common and differential morphological, physiological, biochemical and serological characteristics were studied. In addition to the usual criteria, factors which played a role in the history and formation of these species were taken into account. Large species were compared with typical strains chosen on the basis of statistical typing, e.g.Saccharomyces carlsbergensis Hansen, and small species were compared with type strains, e.g.Saccharomyces logos van Laer et Den. andSaccharomyces uvarum Beijer, as nomenelatural types. It was found that the whole group could be divided into two categories, one grouped roundSaccharomyces carlsbergensis Hansen and the other roundSaccharomyces uvarum Beijer., which overlapped at the place occupied bySaccharomyces logos van Laer et Den. Another group of intermediate strains isolated from grapes came betweenSaccharomyces logos andSaccharomyces uvarum. In future, closer attention will have to be paid to strains which do not give a serological reaction with serum against the typical speciesSaccharomyces carlsbergensis, i. e. to the speciesSaccharomyces monacensis Hansen andSaccharomyces mandshuricus Saito. More... »

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188-199

References to SciGraph publications

  • 1963-03. The genusCandida berkhout in FOLIA MICROBIOLOGICA
  • 1963-11. The genusCandida berkhout in FOLIA MICROBIOLOGICA
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