Properties And Engineering Of A MutantSTA Promoter OfSaccharomyces Diastaticus

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Fred Sherman - Uni Ulm

chevalieri, S. chodati, S. diastaticus, etc. Nevertheless, it is hstill recommended that the inte rbreeding laboratory stocks of Saccharomyces be denoted as S. cerevisiae, in order to conveniently distinguish them from the more distantly related species of Saccharomyces. Care should be taken in choosing strains

RESEARCH ARTICLE PhenotypicdiversityofFloproteinfamily

variety of adhesive properties. Introduction For decades, the budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae has been commonly studied as a single-cell organism living freely in suspension. However, in its natural environments, S. cerevisiae often forms complex multicellular structures that differ signi´Čücantly from the planktonic cultures often used in

An Introduction to the Genetics and Molecular Biology of the

from S. bayanus, S. carlsbergensis, S. chevalieri, S. chodati, S. diastaticus, etc. Nevertheless, it is still recommended that the interbreeding laboratory stocks of Saccharomyces be denoted as S. cerevisiae, in order to conveniently distinguish them from the more distantly related species of Saccharomyces.