Arthroascus fermentans 17710 v1.0
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Morphology of A.fermentans as determined by light microscopy (A and B) and scanning electron microscopy (C and D) from Lee et al. (1)
Morphology of A.fermentans as determined by light microscopy (A and B) and scanning electron microscopy (C and D) from Lee et al. (1)

Arthroascus fermentans 17710 was sequenced as part of the

1000 Fungal Genomes Project

Arthroascus fermentans is an ascomycetous fermenting yeast first isolated from soil samples from carambola and papaya orchards in Taiwan. DNA hybridization and base composition experiments indicated that A. fermentans was distinct from previously described Arthroascus species.

References

1. Lee C.F. et al. Arthroascus fermentans, a New Yeast Species Isolated from Soil in Taiwan. International Journal of Systematic Bacteriology. 1994, p. 303-307