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Abstract

Hybridization studies based on the use of crossing and the protoplast fusion technique revealed the relationship between the various taxa of the yeast genus Lindner. From a series of intra- and interspecific crosses as well as protoplast fusions, we concluded that a revision of the genus is required. Being interfertile, and have to be included in one species . From the protoplast fusion results, this new taxon seems to be closely related to . The results obtained are discussed in connection with the characteristics of the low temperature spectra of the cytochromes.

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