Springer Online Journal Archives 1860-2000
Summary A number of yeasts were isolated from various natural sources such as slime fluxes of trees, insects and insect frass, flowers and similar substrata. Several of the isolates represented species described in recent years. The additional isolations reported here contributed additional knowledge regarding the natural habitat of some of the species. Conclusions are offered regarding the ecology ofSaccharomyces kluyveri, S. phaselosporus, S. rosei, S. veronae, S. wickerhamii, Hansenula californica, H. mirakii, H. minuta, Pichia kluyveri, P. pastori, P. rhodanensis, P. silvestris, P. vanriji, Candida albicans, C. claussenii, Torulopsis glabrata, T. candida, Cryptococcus albidus, Cr. diffluens, Cr. laurentii, Rhodotorula graminis, Rh. texensis, andAscocybe grovesii. Various other species are listed in tabular form and by isolation source.
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