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SUMMARY: The yeast flora of moss from Granite Harbour and of soils from Wright Dry Valley in the McMurdo Sound region of Antarctica was examined. There were 75,000 yeasts/g. on the moss; species recovered were and Yeasts were isolated from 8 of the 12 soil samples in numbers up to 5000/g. Strains of , whose maximum growth temperature was 15°, were the predominant soil yeasts.

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