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Authors:Mendonca-Hagler,L.C.;Hagler,A.N.;Kurtzman,C.P. 
Year:1993 
Volume:43 
Keywords:GENBANK/L10643 GENBANK/L10644 GENBANK/L10646 GENBANK/L10647 GENBANK/L10648 GENBANK/L10650 GENBANK/L10679 GENBANK/L10680 GENBANK/L10681 GENBANK/L10682 GENBANK/L10683 GENBANK/L10684 GENBANK/L10685 GENBANK/L10686 GENBANK/L10687 GENBANK/L10688 GENBANK/L10689 GENBANK/L10690 GENBANK/L10691 GENBANK/L10741 GENBANK/L10742 GENBANK/L10743 GENBANK/L10744 GENBANK/L10745 GENBANK/L10746 GENBANK/L10747 GENBANK/L10748 GENBANK/L10749 GENBANK/L10750 Base Sequence Comparative Study Molecular Sequence Data Phylogeny RNA, Fungal/*genetics RNA, Ribosomal/*genetics/isolation & purification RNA, Ribosomal, 18S/*genetics/isolation & purification Sequence Analysis, RNA Sequence Homology, Nucleic Acid Support, Non-U.S. Govt Yeasts/*classification/*genetics 
Abstract:Phylogenetic relationships of species assigned to the genus Metschnikowia were estimated from the extents of divergence among partial sequences of rRNA. The data suggest that the aquatic species (Metschnikowia australis, Metschnikowia bicuspidata, Metschnikowia krissii, and Metschnikowia zobellii) and the terrestrial species (Metschnikowia hawaiiensis, Metschnikowia lunata, Metschnikowia pulcherrima, and Metschnikowia reukaufii) form two groups within the genus. M. lunata and M. hawaiiensis are well separated from other members of the genus, and M. hawaiiensis may be sufficiently divergent that it could be placed in a new genus. Species of the genus Metschnikowia are unique compared with other ascomycetous yeasts because they have a deletion in the large-subunit rRNA sequence that includes nucleotides 434 to 483. 
Summary:Mendonca-Hagler,L.C.;Hagler,A.N.;Kurtzman,C.P. 1993. 43 
Page:368-73 
Num_:2 
ISSN:0020-7713 
Url:8494745 
Document Reference #:10147