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Abstract

Three isolates, typified by Pro94 Y29 (=JCM 13290 =CBS 9278 =DBVPG 7841), that represent a novel species, sp. nov., were studied. differed from its only close relative, , by requiring thiamine and by failing to assimilate maltose and quinate, but strain Pro94 Y29 could be most readily identified using the rDNA sequence of the LSU D1/D2 region, which differed from that of CBS 7423 at four positions, and the ITS sequence, which differed at nine positions. One isolate, Pro94 Y56 (=JCM 13292 =CBS 9280 =DBVPG Y7843), was unique in requiring either -arginine or -citrulline as a source of nitrogen.

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