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Abstract

Summary: A new species of yeast, , is described. The strains isolated from cabbages and cauliflowers differ from all other known species of on the basis of the conventional substrate utilization tests. In addition, the strains form curved or spiral-shaped mycelium and branching chains of oval to fusiform cells on which buds are often formed from acicular or ampulliform spicules.

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