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Abstract

The phylogenetic relationships between species of yeasts assigned to the group, which includes and were studied together with and The experimental approaches used were RFLP analysis of the PCR-amplified rDNA internal transcribed spacer (ITS) and intergenic spacer, and total ITS sequence analysis. Both RFLP and sequence analyses gave fairly similar results. The gene trees generated with either of the two data sets showed the distribution of the yeasts into two major, well- separated, phylogenetic clusters called and The cluster included the type strain, together with most of the species (16 out of 23), whereas the cluster included the remaining seven type strains. Therefore, analysis of rDNA sequences confirmed 5. and as two well-defined taxa. However, 5. and 5. the two other usually accepted taxa of the now- defined complex, could not be clearly separated from 5. and respectively. However, in both PCR-RFLP and ITS sequence analyses, 5. had the outermost position in the cluster. PCR-RFLP analysis of the ribosomal spacer sequences was also carried out on 26 strains isolated in various wine-growing regions of France in an attempt to clarify their positions in the phylogenetic tree. Compared to the diversity of the type strains, less genetic diversity was detected among these yeasts and several of them exhibited identical RFLP patterns. Most of the wine yeast strains (16 out of 26) were closely related to each other and were found within the cluster. The remaining 10 wine yeast strains branched within the cluster. PCR-RFLP analysis of ribosomal spacer sequences thus appears to be a useful and appropriate method for the correct characterization of yeast strains used in food processing.

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