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Abstract

Five strains of the novel ascogenous yeast species sp. nov. were isolated from soil samples collected in Vietnam. The yeast forms asci containing one to four ascospores. The ascospores of have warty surfaces and differ from the characteristic striated ascospores of . Phylogenetic analyses of D1/D2 26S rDNA and ITS sequences indicate that and are closely related, but they differ from each other by 6 nucleotides in the D1/D2 region and 16 nucleotides in the ITS region. The type culture is strain Lip 95 (=CBS 10300=NRRL Y-27927).

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Sampling sites and presumptive species assignment based on ascospore morphology, microsatellite PCR fingerprinting, ITS D1/D2 restriction pattern and ITS sequences of representatives. Species are colour-coded: red, ; green, ; pink, ; light blue, ; dark blue, . The map is based on a public-domain map obtained from the Perry-Castañeda Library Map Collection, University of Texas ( http://www.lib.utexas.edu/maps/).

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Scanning electron microphotograph of ascospores of Lip 95 . Bar, 2 µm.

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Neighbour-joining tree depicting the relationships between and neighbouring taxa based on nucleotide divergence in the D1/D2 domain of the 26S rDNA. [PDF](16 KB)

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