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Abstract

Three anamorphic, ascomycetous yeast strains isolated from plant samples collected in Linzhi District, Tibet, China, were revealed as representing two novel species by 26S rRNA gene D1/D2 domain sequence and physiological property comparisons. The names sp. nov. and sp. nov. are proposed for these novel species, with XZ 41-6 (=AS 2.3072=CBS 10298) and XZ 92-1 (=AS 2.3073=CBS 10299) as the respective type strains. D1/D2 sequence analysis showed that and are closely related to and , respectively.

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