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Abstract

Two yeast strains (FMCC Y-1 and FMCC Y-2) were recovered during a survey of the yeast biota associated with fermenting black olives, collected from an olive tree ( L. cv. ‘Conservolea’) orchard in Central Greece. Phylogenetic analysis based on rRNA gene sequences (18S, 26S, and 5.8S–ITS) indicated that the two strains represent a separate species within the clade, in close relation to NRRL Y-27703. Electrophoretic karyotyping and physiological analysis support the affiliation of the two strains to a novel species as sp. nov. The novel strains are conspecific with two sp. strains previously isolated from the Mid-Atlantic Ridge hydrothermal fields [Gadanho & Sampaio (2005). , 408–417], indicating that sp. nov. may occupy diverse ecological niches. FMCC Y-1 (=CBS 11171 =ATCC MYA-4568) is the type strain.

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Bootstrap consensus neighbour-joining tree of the combined D1/D2, ITS (including 5.8S) and 18S rRNA gene sequences depicting the relationships between strain FMCC Y-1 and closely related species of the genus . [ PDF] (15 KB)



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