By Carlos Augusto Rosa, Gabor Peter
Within the previous couple of many years increasingly more yeast habitats were explored, spanning chilly climates to tropical areas and dry deserts to rainforests. for that reason, a wide physique of ecological info has been collected and the variety of identified yeast species has elevated swiftly. This ebook offers an summary of the biodiversity of yeasts in several habitats. contemporary advances accomplished by way of the applying of molecular organic tools within the box of yeast taxonomy and ecology also are included within the booklet. at any place attainable, the interplay among yeasts and the encircling atmosphere is mentioned.
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Saccharomycetaceae). O. 1 Introduction It is in the nature of humans to collect, to classify, to organize and to summarize their findings. From the early days of taxonomic surveys and collecting fieldtrips, scientists and amateurs have been gathering samples and evidence related to their discoveries. In those days, the only way to keep track of previous findings was to describe the morphology, the ecology and some basic physiological properties. Species of yeasts were then often described on the basis of one or several specimens but the latter were not always mentioned and/or properly described, analyzed and preserved.
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Biodiversity and Ecophysiology of Yeasts (The Yeast Handbook) by Carlos Augusto Rosa, Gabor Peter