Yeasts

This important book includes the following: [I] Descriptions of 597 species, each with information on (i) the results of 91 tests, (ii) growth tenmperatures, (iii) the effect of cycloheximide on growth, (iv) DNA base composition, (v) the ...

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Author: J. A. Barnett

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521350565

Category: Science

Page: 1012

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Yeasts: Characteristics and Identification is the most up-to-date and comprehensive book on identifying yeasts ever published, with systematic information on each of 597 currently recognised species. The book includes 850 photomicrographs as well as keys and tables for identifying yeasts. The systematic information will facilitate the use of yeasts in industry and in academic laboratories for research and biotechnology, as well as assist identification. This important book includes the following: [I] Descriptions of 597 species, each with information on (i) the results of 91 tests, (ii) growth tenmperatures, (iii) the effect of cycloheximide on growth, (iv) DNA base composition, (v) the morphology of the cells, (vi) sexual reproduction. [II] 850 photomicrographs, about 200 of which show ascospores. [III] Nearly 4000 published yeast names listed with known current synonyms. [IV] About 1700 references given in full and checked individually for accuracy. [V] 18 identification keys. [VI] Tables with minimal lists of tests for identifying each species. [VII] Register of specific epithets giving the genera to which they have belonged. [VIII] An account of laboratory methods for identifying yeasts. [IX] A description of the way yeasts are classified.

Yeasts Characteristics and Identification

This new edition of the most comprehensive yeast identification and reference manual ever published has been completely revised and expanded to include almost 100 additional species and nearly 500 additional photomicrographs.

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Author: J. A. Barnett

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 0521573963

Category: Science

Page: 1150

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This new edition of the most comprehensive yeast identification and reference manual ever published has been completely revised and expanded to include almost 100 additional species and nearly 500 additional photomicrographs. Over half of the volume describes the 678 currently recognized species in a clear, easy to use layout with over 1300 high-quality photomicrographs. Readily usable keys and tables allow identification of all of the species described and a wealth of reference information broadens the scope of the book beyond identification.

Yeasts

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Author: Alexandre Guilliermond

Publisher: Merchant Books

ISBN: 1933998237

Category: Science

Page: 452

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Yeast

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Author: J. A. Barnett

Publisher:

ISBN: OCLC:878011696

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Page: 1983

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Biology Bulletin of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR

LITERATURE CITED Barnett, J. A., Payne, R. W., and Yarrow, D., Yeasts:
Characteristics and Identification, Cambridge Univ. Press (1983). - Golubev, V. I.,
and Tsiomenko, A. B., "Killer strains of the ballistospore forming yeast fungi of the
 ...

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Author: Akademii͡a nauk SSSR.

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105003019010

Category: Biology

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Yeast

August 1990. Yeast Identification : PC Program Version 2 . Based on data (
updated and revised ) from their book , Yeasts : Characteristics and Identification
, Second Edition ( 1990 ) . This program ( i ) identifies yeasts ; ( ii ) selects yeasts
with ...

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105016179090

Category: Yeast

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Mycopathologia

Book review Yeasts : Characteristics and Identification , Third Edition , by J . A .
Barnett , R . W . Payne , and D . Yarrow . 2000 . ... During this period yeast
molecular systematics have significantly developed , and phylogenetic
relationships and ...

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924087282343

Category: Fungi

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Introduction to Food and Airborne Fungi

Yeasts characteristics and identification . Cambridge Univ . Press , 811 pp .
BARNETT , J.A. , PAYNE , R.W. & YARROW , D. 2000a . The Yeasts :
Characteristics and Identification . Third Edition . Cambridge : Cambridge
University Press .

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Author: Robert A. Samson

Publisher: ASM Press

ISBN: CORNELL:31924054676436

Category: Medical

Page: 389

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The increasing interest among microbiologists in fungal contaminants of food and air has created the need to study these micro-organisms in more detail. Although fungi, producing toxins or which cause health hazards, are ubiquitous and belong to the common contamination flora, their recognition is hampered by incomplete and often confusing literature. This book, published by the Centraalbureau voor Schimmelcultures in the Netherlands and now available from ASM Press, serves as a guide to food- and airborne fungi and contains keys and morphological descriptions of the most common species.

Fungal Science

低騒醤油に生育する微生物に關する研究(第四報) .低醬油製造工程 po TOS E
MEAN T. B F # FFFFERE 16 ( 6 ) : 237-244 . Barnett , J.A. , R.W. Payne , and D.
Yarrow . 1983 . Yeasts : characteristics and identification . Cambridge University
Press ...

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924090135207

Category: Fungi

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Fungi and Food Spoilage

Yeasts are fungi which reproduce vegetatively by means of single cells which
bud, or less commonly, divide by fission. ... The 2000 edition of ''Yeasts:
characteristics and identification'' listed 90 separate tests, including utilisation of
47 carbon ...

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Author: John I. Pitt

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 0387922075

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 519

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In contrast to the second edition, the third edition of ‘‘Fungi and Food Spoilage’’ is evolutionary rather than revolutionary. The second edition was intended to cover almost all of the species likely to be encountered in mainstream food supplies, and only a few additional species have been included in this new edition. The third edition represents primarily an updating – of taxonomy, physiology, mycotoxin production and ecology. Changes in taxonomy reflect the impact that molecular methods have had on our understanding of classification but, it must be said, have not radically altered the overall picture. The improvements in the understanding of the physiology of food spoilage fungi have been relatively small, reflecting perhaps the lack of emphasis on physiology in modern mic- biological science. Much remains to be understood about the specificity of particular fungi for particular substrates, of the influence of water activity on the growth of many of the species treated, and even on such basic parameters as cardinal temperatures for growth and the influence of pH and preservatives. Since 1997, a great deal has been learnt about the specificity of mycotoxin production and in which commodities and products-specific mycotoxins are likely to occur. Changes in our understanding of the ecology of the included species are also in most cases evolutionary. A great number of papers have been published on the ecology of foodborne fungi in the past few years, but with few exceptions the basic ecology of the included species remains.

Journal of Food Protection

Yeast : Characteristics and identification , 2nd ed . Cambridge University Press ,
Cambridge . 2. Buesching , W. J. , K. Kurek , and G. D. Roberts . 1979. Evaluation
of the modified API 20C system for identification of clinically important yeasts .

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ISBN: CHI:40047187

Category: Food adulteration and inspection

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The identification of acid forming yeasts in olive fermentations

Ton Fay Joe. 2. Results of Tests for Genera Ninety - six of the 217 acid -
producing yeast cultures were sporulating yeasts . ... Distinguishing
characteristics of genus identification Number of cultures 12 Results of Tests for
Genera B Grouping of ...

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Author: Ton Fay Joe

Publisher:

ISBN: UCAL:X33861

Category:

Page: 96

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Koneman s Color Atlas and Textbook of Diagnostic Microbiology

Yeast share many characteristics with bacteria and similar approaches are used
for identification. A few screening tests are commonly used on yeast isolates to
identify or exclude commonly recovered and/or particularly important organisms.

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Author: Gary W. Procop

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers

ISBN: 9781284322378

Category: Medical

Page: 1830

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Now in striking full color, this Seventh Edition of Koneman's gold standard text presents all the principles and practices readers need for a solid grounding in all aspects of clinical microbiology--bacteriology, mycology, parasitology, and virology. Comprehensive, easy-to-understand, and filled with high quality images, the book covers cell and structure identification in more depth than any other book available. This fully updated Seventh Edition is enhanced by new pedagogy, new clinical scenarios, new photos and illustrations, and all-new instructor and student resources.

Information Technology Plant Pathology and Biodiversity

Alternatively , having identified the unknown yeast , you could use a confirmatory
sets of tests , as illustrated in Table 29.5 . ... References Barnett , J.A. , Payne ,
R.W. and Yarrow , D. ( 1983 ) Yeasts : Characteristics and Identification .

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Author: P. D. Bridge

Publisher: C A B International

ISBN: STANFORD:36105023184711

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 478

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Information technology is revolutionizing the handling of biological information. The British Society for Plant Pathology (BSPP) has been at the forefront of several initiatives in handling information electronically, while the Systematics Association has a long-standing involvement in computer-based species identification. BSPP and the Systematics Association recognised the opportunity to join forces and develop a combined program for a conference on these themes, held in December 1996, at the University of Kent at Canterbury. This book presents 40 edited and revised papers from that conference. The topics covered are wide-ranging and focus on several themes. There are papers on subjects as diverse as biological databases, geographic information systems, probabilistic identification systems and electronic teaching aids. Written by authors from Europe, North and Central America, China, India and New Zealand, the book provides an essential review for plant pathologists and taxonomists, as well as other biologists wishing to keep up with the information revolution.

Yeast technology

Arch Microbiol 83:52-55 Barnett JA, Payne RW, Yarrow D (1983) Saccharomyces
cerevisiae Meyen ex Hansen. In: Yeasts: characteristics and identification.
Cambridge University Press. Cambridge, p 467 Beech FW, Davenport RR (1970)
A ...

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Author: J. F. T. Spencer

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: UOM:39015016946223

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 407

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Applied and Environmental Microbiology

The weakness of the program is that it adopts literature descriptions of species
without considering how those characteristics were gathered . The yeast
identification program of Reichart ( 26 ) uses the same data base as that used for
the Deák ...

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ISBN: NWU:35558002348247

Category: Microbial ecology

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Pakistan Journal of Botany

1990. Yeasts : Characteristics and Identification . 2nd edn .. Cambridge
University Press , Cambridge , 1002 pp . Beech , F.W. , R.R. Davenport , R.W.
Goswell and J.K. Barnett . 1972. Two simplified schemes for identifying yeast
cultures .

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ISBN: CORNELL:31924101509705

Category: Botany

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Introduction to Food borne Fungi

The genera of yeast and the yeast - like fungi . Stud . Mycol . , Baarn 14 , 42 pp .
BARNETT , J . A . , PAYNE , R . W . & YARROW , D . 1983 . Yeasts characteristics
and identification . Cambridge Univ . Press , 811 pp . BARNETT , J . A . , PAYNE ...

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Author: Robert A. Samson

Publisher:

ISBN: WISC:89055822027

Category: Ascomycetes

Page: 322

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Biology of Methylotrophs

4 CONCLUSION In 1948 Wickerham and Burton reported that methanol did not
support the growth of yeasts . ... Payne , R . W . , and Yarrow , D . ( 1983 ) Yeasts :
Characteristics and Identification , Cambridge University Press , Cambridge .

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Author: Israel Goldberg

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015021859817

Category: Science

Page: 360

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An update and review of various aspects of the growth and use of compounds with no carbon to carbon bonds. The book combines in one source both findings and applications of this field in chemistry.