Yeast



BCRC Number: 20306
Organism: Rhodosporidium toruloides
Author: Banno
Oxygen Requirement: Aerobic
Others: type strain of Rhodotorula gracilis.
Synonymy: Rhodotorula glutinis var. rubescens;Rhodotorula glutinis var. rufusa;Rhodotorula gracilis;Torula koishikawensis;Torula rubescens
History: << UCL << ATCC << CBS << E. Rennerfelt strain Burea
Other Collection No.: ATCC 10788 ;ATCC 15385 ;CBS 14 ;DBVPG 6740 ;IAM 13469 ;IFO 559 ;IGC 4416 ;JCM 3792 ;KCTC 7534 ;MUCL 30249 ;NCYC 921 ;NRRL Y-1091 ;VKM Y-334
Source: wood pulp from Coniferae.
Isolated Info:
    Isolated location: Sweden.
Local Strain: NO
Type Strain: YES
    Reference: Y1
Characterization:
Production of : phosphodiesterase--Y12;
phenylalanine ammonia-lyase--Y11;
Taxonomy --Y10;
Phylum: Basidiomycota
Anamorph: Rhodotorula rubescens
Mating Type MT alpha
Growth Conditions: 24°C 3 day(s)
Biosafety Level: 1
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References



Y1
Kreger-van Rij, N. J. W. 1984. The Yeasts, a Taxonomic Study. Elsevier Science Publishers B. V. -Amsterdam.
Y10
Banno, I. 1967. Studies on the sexuality of Rhodotorula. J. Gen. Appl. Microbiol. 13: 167-196.
Y11
1971. J. Biol. Chem. 246: 2977-2985.
Y12
Fujishima, T., Y. Midorikawa, K. Uchida, and H. Yoshino. 1980. Distribution of phosphodiesterase in bacteria, yeasts and actinomycetes. J. Ferment. Technol. 58: 349-353.
Y636
Hamamota M., and T. Nakase. 2000. Phylogenetic analysis of the ballistoconidium-forming yeast genus Sporobolomyces based on 18S rDNA sequence. International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology. 50: 1373-1380.
Keyword
Sporobolomyces, 18S rDNA sequence, 20306, 21320, 21339, 21351, 21375, 21376, 21382, 21418, 22262, 22264, 22265, 22300, 22373, 22468, 22471, 22480, 22482, 22584, 22662, 22663.
 

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POTATO DEXTROSE AGAR (PDA)
Diced potatoes200.0 g
Glucose20.0 g
Agar15.0 g
Distilled water1.0 L
Boil finely diced potatoes in 500 ml of water until thoroughly cooked, filter through cheesecloth and add water to filtrate to 1.0 L. The agar is dissolved in the filtrate by heating, and the glucose is added prior to sterilization.

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