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  • Authors: Đào, Thị Lương; Phạm, Văn Ty (2007)

  • Thirty nine ballistoconidium-forming yeast strains, isolated from the wilting leaves in Cuc Phuong National Park in Ninh Binh province, Vietnam, were assigned to the genus Bullera based on the colony morphology, the presence of xylose in the cells, of Q-10 as a major ubiquinone and the production of symmetrical bailistoconidia and budding cells. All of these are yeast trains capable of decomposing at least 3 from 5 tested undesirable organic substances as starch, amylase, casein, CMC, chitinase, and lipid. None of these possesses antibacterial substances against pathogenic microorganisms. Among the 39 studied strains, two strains designated as VY-116 and VY-142, showed high amylolytic, chitinolytic, cellulolytic, proteolytic and lipolytic activities. Phylogenetic studies based on th...