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NCYC 2939

Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Pre 2011 Name

Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Equivalent Strain Designations

MUCL 39234, S288C, ATCC 26108

Depositor

MUCL

Deposit Date

May 2000

Habitat

Unknown
Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Details

Saccharomyces cerevisiae

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Key Information

Aerobic Utilisation and Growth

  • Glucose +
  • Galactose +
  • Sorbose -
  • Sucrose +
  • Maltose -
  • Cellobiose -
  • TrehaloseWeak/Latent
  • Lactose -
  • Melibiose -
  • Raffinose +
  • Melezitose -
  • Inulun -
  • Soluble Starch -
  • Xylose -
  • L Arabinose -
  • D Arabinose -
  • Ribose -
  • Rhamnose -
  • Ethanol +
  • Glycerol -
  • Erythritol -
  • Ribitol -
  • Galactitol -
  • Mannitol -
  • Sorbitol -
  • AMD Glucoside +
  • Salicin -
  • Lactic Acid +
  • Succinic Acid -
  • Citric Acid -
  • Inositol -
  • Gluconolactone -
  • Glucosamine -
  • Methanol -
  • Xylitol -

Strain Information

  • Information

    Produces fructose 1,6-diphosphate from molasses (Compagno C, et al, 1992). Degrades molasses (Compagno C, et al, 1992) . Produces chitin synthetase zymogen (Cabib E, 1973). Produces esterase (Degrassi G, 1999). Produces fructose 1,6-diphosphate (Compagno C, 1992). Produces methionine specific tRNA (Feldmann H , et al., 1971). Produces pyrimidine-specific endoribonuclease (Stevens A, 1985). Transformation host (Inoue Y, 1993). Mating type alpha.

  • DepositorMUCL
  • Deposit NameSaccharomyces cerevisiae
  • Month of depositMay
  • Deposit Year2000
  • HabitatUnknown
  • Equivalent Strain DesignationsMUCL 39234, S288C, ATCC 26108
  • ReferenceStevens A . Pyrimidine-specific cleavage by an endoribonuclease of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. J. Bacteriol. 164: 57-62, 1985. Inoue Y , et al. Lipid hydroperoxide-resistance gene in Saccharomyces cerevisiae: utilization as a selectable marker gene for yeast transformation. Biotechnol. Appl. Biochem. 17: 305-310, 1993. Curr. Genet. 7: 109-112, 1983. Micron Microsc. Acta 23: 273-286, 1992. Mitra SK , et al. Specificity of AAG codon recognition by lysyl transfer ribonucleic acid from yeast. J. Biol. Chem. 246: 5854-5856, 1971. Sagliocco F , et al. Identification of proteins of the yeast protein map using genetically manipulated strains and peptide-mass fingerprinting. Yeast 12: 1519-1533, 1996. Casaregola S , et al. A family of laboratory strains of Saccharomyces cerevisiae carry rearrangements involving chromosomes I and III. Yeast 14: 551-564, 1998. McCullough MJ , et al. Intergenic transcribed spacer PCR ribotyping for differentiation of Saccharomyces species and interspecific hybrids. J. Clin. Microbiol. 36: 1035-1038, 1998. Degrassi G , et al. Purification and properties of an esterase from the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae and identification of the encoding gene. Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 65: 3470-3472, 1999. Feldmann H , et al. Methionine specific transfer ribonucleic acids from brewer's yeast and a haploid yeast strain. Hoppe-Seyler's Z. Physiol. Chem. 352: 1231-1247, 1971. Stella CA , Burgos HI . Effect of potassium on Saccharomyces cerevisiae resistance to fluconazole. Antimicrob. Agents Chemother. 45: 1589-1590, 2001. Compagno C , et al.. Production of fructose diphosphate by bioconversion of molasses with Saccharomyces cerevisiae cells. Biotechnol. Lett. 14: 495-498, 1992. Cabib E , Ulane R . Chitin synthetase activating factor from yeast, a protease. Biochem. Biophys. Res. Commun. 50: 186-191, 1973.

Physical Characteristics

  • Optimum TemperatureUnknown
  • Miniumum TemperatureUnknown
  • Maximum TemperatureUnknown

Cells

  • ShapeShort-Oval to Oval
  • Min Broth Breadth (µm)3
  • Max Broth Breadth (µm)6
  • Min Broth Length (µm)5
  • Max Broth Length (µm)8
  • Min Agar Breadth (µm)3
  • Max Agar Breadth (µm)6
  • Min Agar Length (µm)4
  • Max Agar Length (µm)8
  • ArrangementSingle and in pairs
  • Colour on AgarCream
  • Surface on AgarShiny
  • Texture on AgarSmooth
  • Deposit in BrothNon-Flocculent
  • Ring in BrothAbsent
  • Ring Colour N/A
  • Pellicle in BrothAbsent
  • Pellicle AppearanceN/A
  • Pellicle HabitatN/A

Cell Division

  • BuddingMultipolar
  • FissionAbsent

Filamentous Growth

  • PseudomyceliumAbsent
  • Pseudomycelium BranchN/A
  • Pseudomycelium FormN/A
  • BlastosporesN/A
  • Blastospore ShapeN/A
  • Blastospore LocationN/A
  • Blastospore HabitatN/A
  • True MyceliumAbsent
  • Clamp ConnectionsAbsent

Asexual Spores

  • BallistosporesAbsent
  • AthrosporesAbsent
  • EndosporesAbsent
  • ChlamydosporesAbsent

Sexual Spores

  • AscosporesUnknown
  • Ascospore ShapeUnknown
  • Ascospore WallUnknown
  • Ascospores No Per AscusUnknown
  • Ascus ShapeUnknown
  • ConjugationAbsent
  • TeliosporesAbsent
  • Teliospore ShapeN/A

Miscellaneous

  • AssayUnknown
  • Salt Tolerant10%
  • KillerUnknown
  • PlasmidUnknown

Semi-Anaerobic Fermentation

  • Glucose +
  • Galactose +
  • Sucrose +
  • Maltose -
  • Cellobiose -
  • Trehalose -
  • Lactose -
  • Melibiose -
  • Raffinose +
  • Melizitose -
  • Inulin -
  • Soluble Starch -
  • XyloseUnknown
  • AMD Glucoside -

Aerobic Utilisation and Growth - Sole Sources of Nitrogen

  • NH4 2SO4 +
  • KNO3 -
  • Ethylamine -
  • Cadaverine -
  • Lysine -

Other

  • Vitamin Free GrowthUnknown
  • Cyclohex 100 -
  • Cyclohex 1000 -
  • Glucose Growth 50 +
  • Glucose Growth 60 -
  • Lipolytic -
  • Acid Production -
  • Growth 37 +
  • Growth 40 +
  • Arbutin Hydrolysis -
  • Urease Activity -
  • Starch Production -
  • Acid Tolerant -

Genomic Sequence Data

No data