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Abstract

A numerical classification of the yeast genus was undertaken using 60 strains and 100 characters. Three distinct clusters were observed, corresponding to ( = 83%), both varieties of ( = 78%), and ( = 75%). and , each of which is available only as the type, could not be differentiated from and respectively.

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