The Yeasts: A Taxonomic Study

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byCletus Kurtzman, Cletus Kurtzman, J.W. Fell...

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The Yeasts: A Taxonomic Study is a three-volume book that covers the taxonomic aspect of yeasts. The main goal of this book is to provide important information about the identification of yeasts. It also discusses the growth tests that can be used to identify different species of yeasts, and it examines how the more important species of yeasts provide information for the selection of species needed for biotechnology.
• Volume 1 discusses the identification, classification and importance of yeasts in the field of biotechnology.
• Volume 2 focuses on the identification and classification of ascomycetous yeasts.
• Volume 3 deals with the identification and classification of basidiomycetous yeasts, along with the genus Prototheca.

  • High-quality photomicrographs and line drawings
  • Detailed phylogenetic trees
  • Up-to-date, clearly presented yeast taxonomy and systematic, easy-to-use reference sequence accession numbers to allow for correct identification

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The Yeasts: A Taxonomic Study is a three-volume book that covers the taxonomic aspect of yeasts. The main goal of this book is to provide important information about the identification of yeasts. It also discusses the growth tests that can be used to identify different species of yeasts, and it examines how the more important species o...

Format:OtherDimensions:2354 pages, 1 × 1 × 1 inPublished:May 9, 2011Publisher:Elsevier ScienceLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0080931278

ISBN - 13:9780080931272

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Table of Contents

VOLUME ONE

Part I.

1. Definition, classification and nomenclature of the yeasts

Part II.

2. Yeasts pathogenic to humans, 3. Yeast biotechnology, 4. Agriculturally important yeasts, 5. Yeast spoilage, 6. Yeast ecology

Part III.

7. Methods for isolation, phenotypic characterization and maintenance of yeasts, 8. Cytology, cell walls and septa, 9. Chemotaxonomy of yeasts, 10. Gene sequence analyses and other DNA-based methods for yeast species recognition, 11. Genome sequences of Saccharomycotina, 12. Molecular phylogenetic reconstruction

Key to species

Summary of species characteristics

Glossary of terms used in this book

VOLUME 2

Part IVa.

13. Discussion of teleomorphic and anamorphic ascomycetous yeasts and yeastlike taxa

Part IVb.

14. Ambrosiozyma, 15. Ascobotryozyma, 16. Ascoidea, 17. Babjeviella, 18. Barnettozyma, 19. Cephaloascus, 20. Citeromyces, 21. Clavispora, 22. Coccidiascus, 23. Cyniclomyces, 24. Debaryomyces, 25. Dekkera, 26. Dipodascopsis, 27. Dipodascus, 28. Endomyces, 29. Endomycete-like genera, 30. Eremothecium, 31. Galactomyces, 32. Hanseniaspora, 33. Hyphopichia, 34. Kazachstania, 35. Kluyveromyces, 36. Kodamaea, 37. Komagataella, 38. Kregervanrija, 39. Kuraishia, 40. Kurtzmaniella, 41. Lachancea, 42. Lindnera, 43. Lipomyces, 44. Lodderomyces, 45. Magnusiomyces, 46. Metschnikowia, 47. Meyerozyma, 48. Millerozyma, 49. Nadsonia, 50. Nakaseomyces, 51. Nakazawaea, 52. Naumovozyma, 53. Ogataea, 54. Pachysolen, 55. Peterozyma, 56. Phaffiomyces, 57. Pichia, 58. Pneumocystis, 59. Priceomyces, 60. Protomyces, 61. Saccharomyces, 62. Saccharomycodes, 63. Saccharomycopsis, 64. Saturnispora, 65. Scheffersomyces, 66. Schizosaccharomyces, 67. Schwanniomyces, 68. Spathaspora, 69. Sporopachydermia, 70. Starmera, 71. Starmerella, 72. Sugiyamaella, 73. Taphrina, 74. Tetrapisispora, 75. Torulaspora, 76. Trichomonascus, 77. Vanderwaltozyma, 78. Wickerhamia, 79. Wickerhamiella, 80. Wickerhamomyces, 81. Yamadazyma, 82. Yarrowia, 83. Zygoascus, 84. Zygosaccharomyces, 85. Zygotorulaspora Part IVc. 86. Aciculoconidium, 87. Blastobotrys, 88. Botryozyma, 89. Brettanomyces, 90. Candida, 91. Geotrichum, 92. Kloeckera, 93. Lalaria, 94. Macrorhabdus, 95. Myxozyma, 96. Saitoella, 97. Saprochaete, 98. Schizoblastosporion, 99. Trigonopsis

VOLUME 3

Part Va.

100. Discussion of teleomorphic and anamorphic basidiomycetous yeasts

Part Vb.

101. Agaricostilbum, 102. Auriculibuller, 103. Bannoa, 104. Bulleribasidium, 105. Bulleromyces, 106. Chionosphaera, 107. Colacogloea, 108. Cuniculitrema, 109. Curvibasidium, 110. Cystobasidium, 111. Cystofilobasidium, 112. Erythrobasidium, 113. Fibulobasidium, 114. Filobasidiella, 115. Filobasidium, 116. Holtermannia, 117. Kondoa, 118. Kriegeria, 119. Kwoniella, 120. Leucosporidium, 121. Mastigobasidium, 122. Mixia, 123. Mrakia, 124. Naohidea, 125. Occultifur, 126. Papiliotrema, 127. Rhodosporidium, 128. Sakaguchia, 129. Sirobasidium, 130. Sporidiobolus, 131. Tilletiaria, 132. Tremella, 133. Trimorphomyces, 134. Xanthophyllomyces Part Vc.

135. Acaromyces, 136. Bensingtonia, 137. Bullera, 138. Cryptococcus, 139. Cryptotrichosporon, 140. Cyrenella, 141. Dioszegia, 142. Fellomyces, 143. Guehomyces, 144. Itersonilia, 145. Kockovaella, 146. Kurtzmanomyces, 147. Leucosporidiella, 148. Malassezia, 149. Meira, 150. Moniliella, 151. Mrakiella, 152. Phaffia, 153. Pseudozyma, 154. Reniforma, 155. Rhodotorula, 156. Sporobolomyces, 157. Sterigmatomyces, 158. Sympodiomycopsis, 159. Tausonia, 160. Tilletiopsis, 161. Trichosporon, 162. Udeniomyces

Part VI.

163. Prototheca Krüger (1894)