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Abstract

On the basis of nucleotide divergences in the D1/D2 domain of the 26S rRNA gene and the internal transcribed spacers (ITS) domain of the rRNA gene, five novel yeast species, sp. nov. (CBS 8565  = JCM 17246), sp. nov. (CBS 8584  = JCM 17242), sp. nov. (CBS 8533  = JCM 17247), sp. nov. (CBS 8580  = JCM 17243) and sp. nov. (CBS 8586  = JCM 17241), isolated from plants in Thailand and Guyana, are proposed in this study.

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