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By D. Perlman (Ed.)

ISBN-10: 0120026139

ISBN-13: 9780120026135

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J. GORINAND J. F. T. SPENCER National Research Council of Canada, Prairie Regional Laborato y, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada I. Introduction ............................................................... A. Definition of the Yeasts ........................................ B. The Genera and Species of the Yeasts ....... C. Methods of Classification of the Yeasts .................. D. Chemotaxonomy of the Yeasts in Terms of Nucleic Acid, Protein, and Antigenic Structures.. 11. Chemotaxonomy of Yeasts According to Their Mannose-Containing Polysaccharides .....................

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