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SUMMARY: The physiological and morphological properties of 28 species of the genus were subjected to numerical analysis. Ten groups were distinguished, which agreed well with serological groupings, thus: (1) , and , of serological group A; (2) and (A); (3) (AB); (4) and (AC) and and (C); (5) and (AD); (6) and (B); (7) (BC); (8) var. and a further group of strains of (all of group C); (9) and (D); (10) (D).

Serological classification offers results sufficiently close to those obtained by morphological and physiological tests to provide a rapid and reliable method of identification of Saccharomyces species.

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