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Abstract

Four yeast strains isolated from fermenting botrytized grape musts in the Tokaj wine region of Hungary are shown to represent a new osmotolerant and psychrotolerant species. The new species, (type strain 10-372=CBS 9494=NCAIM Y016667), is closely related to , a yeast common on overripe grapes and in sweet fermenting wines. The sequence of the D1/D2 domain of the 10-372 26S rDNA shows 8·1 % sequence difference when compared to its counterpart in CBS 157. In the conserved 5·8S gene of the ITS1–5·8S–ITS2 region the difference is 8 %. The D1/D2 domain differs only at two nucleotides from the homologous sequence of a yeast strain isolated from botrytized grapes in California, suggesting that is a wine yeast that occurs in geographically distant localities.

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