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Folia Microbiologica

, Volume 8, Issue 3, pp 170–175 | Cite as

On the question of the taxonomy ofEndomycopsis javanensis (Klöcker) Dekker

  • Eva Streiblová
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Abstract

The author studied the physiology, morphology, sexuality and cytology ofEndomycopsis javanensis. This microorganism does not bud, the mycelium breaks up into arthrospores, blastospores are not formed, sexual reproduction consists in somatogamous conjugation and the cells are mononuclear. Because of these properties,Endomycopsis javanensis cannot be included either in the genusEndomycopsis Dekker orEndomyces Reess. After comprehensive evaluation of all the findings, it was included in the genusSchizosaccharomyces Lindner, as the speciesSchizosaccharomyces javanensis (Klöcker) Streiblová.

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Sexual Reproduction Acridine Orange Fission Yeast Vegetative Reproduction Slide Culture 
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К вопросу классиФикации Endomycopsis javanensis (Klöcker) Dekker

Abstract

Изучались физиология, морфология, половой процесс и цитология Endomycopsis javanensis. У этого микроорганизма почкования не наблюдается; мицелий превращается в артроспоры; бластоспоры не образуются; половой процесс осуществляется путем соматогамической копуляции; клетки—одноядерные. По перечисленным признакам вид Endomycopsis javanensis не может быть отнесен ни к дрожжам рода Endomycopsis Dekker, ни к роду Endomyces Reess. На основе комплексной оценки всех данных было предложено отнести микроорганизм к роду Schizosaccharomyces Lindner с видовым названием Schizosaccharomyces javanensis (Klöcker) Streiblová.

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© Institute of Microbiology, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic 1963

Authors and Affiliations

  • Eva Streiblová
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  1. 1.Department of Technical Microbiology, Institute of MicrobiologyCzechoslovak Academy of SciencesPrague 6

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