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NCYC 805

Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Pre 2011 Name

Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Equivalent Strain Designations

A364A; ATCC 22244

Depositor

J.F.T Spencer

Deposit Date

June 1974

Habitat

'General' mutant.
Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Details

Saccharomyces cerevisiae

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Key Information

Aerobic Utilisation and Growth

  • Glucose -
  • Galactose -
  • Sorbose -
  • Sucrose -
  • Maltose -
  • Cellobiose -
  • Trehalose -
  • 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 AcidUnknown
  • Inositol -
  • GluconolactoneUnknown
  • GlucosamineUnknown
  • MethanolUnknown
  • XylitolUnknown

Strain Information

  • Information

    Mating type: a. Genotype: ade1 ade2 ura1 his7 lys2 tyr1 gal1. Assay of chlorhexidine diacetate (Hiom SJ, 1995). Produces killer toxin.

  • DepositorJ.F.T Spencer
  • Deposit NameSaccharomyces sp.
  • Month of depositJune
  • Deposit Year1974
  • Habitat'General' mutant.
  • Equivalent Strain DesignationsA364A; ATCC 22244
  • ReferenceJ. Mol. Biol., 1976, 105, 427-443. Wickner RB. Chromosomal and non-chromosomal mutations affecting thekiller character of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Genetics 76: 423-432, 1974. Wickner RB, Leibowitz MJ . Two chromosomal genes required for killing expression in killer strains of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Genetics 82: 429-442, 1976. Wickner RB. Deletion of mitochondrial DNA bypassing a chromosomal gene needed for maintenance of the killer plasmid of yeast. Genetics 87: 441-452, 1977. Wickner RB, Leibowitz MJ . Dominant chromosomal mutation bypassing chromosomal genes needed for killer RNA plasmid replication in yeast. Genetics 87: 453-469, 1977. Wickner RB. Twenty-six chromosomal genes needed to maintain the killer double-stranded RNA plasmid of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Genetics 88: 419-425, 1978. Toh-E A , et al. Chromosomal superkiller mutants of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. J. Bacteriol. 136: 1002-1007, 1978. Wickner RB , Leibowitz MJ . Chromosomal genes essential for replication of a double-stranded RNA plasmid of Saccharomyces cerevisiae: the killer character of yeast. J. Mol. Biol. 105: 427-443, 1976. Zinker S . P5/P5' the acidic ribosomal phosphoproteins from Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 606: 76-82, 1980. J. Inst. Brew. 86: 78-80, 1980. Hiom SJ , et al. Uptake of 14C-chlorhexidine gluconate by Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Candida albicans and Candida glabrata. Lett. Appl. Microbiol. 21: 20-22, 1995. Hartwell LH . Synchronization of haploid yeast cell cycles, a prelude to conjugation. Exp. Cell Res. 76: 111-117, 1973. Hiom SJ , et al. X-ray microanalysis of chlorhexidine-treated cells of Saccharomyces cerevisiae. Lett. Appl. Microbiol. 20: 353-356, 1995. Hartwell LH . Macromolecule synthesis in temperature-sensitive mutants of yeast. J. Bacteriol. 93: 1662-1670, 1967. Nelson RG , Fangman WL . Nucleosome organization of the yeast 2-micrometer DNA plasmid: a eukaryotic minichromosome. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 76: 6515-6519, 1979. Shulman RW , et al. Noncoordinated transcription in the absence of protein synthesis in yeast. J. Biol. Chem. 252: 1344-1349, 1977. Hartwell LH , McLaughlin CS . Temperature-sensitive mutants of yeast exhibiting a rapid inhibition of protein synthesis. J. Bacteriol. 96: 1664-1671, 1968.

Physical Characteristics

  • Optimum TemperatureUnknown
  • Miniumum TemperatureUnknown
  • Maximum TemperatureUnknown

Cells

  • ShapeRound-oval
  • Min Broth Breadth (µm)2
  • Max Broth Breadth (µm)4
  • Min Broth Length (µm)3
  • Max Broth Length (µm)6
  • Min Agar Breadth (µm)3
  • Max Agar Breadth (µm)5
  • Min Agar Length (µm)3
  • Max Agar Length (µm)5
  • ArrangementPairs
  • Colour on AgarCream
  • Surface on AgarDull
  • Texture on AgarSmooth
  • Deposit in BrothNon-Flocculent
  • Ring in BrothAbsent
  • Ring ColourUnknown
  • 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

  • AscosporesAbsent
  • Ascospore ShapeN/A
  • Ascospore WallN/A
  • Ascospores No Per AscusN/A
  • Ascus ShapeN/A
  • ConjugationAbsent
  • TeliosporesAbsent
  • Teliospore ShapeN/A

Miscellaneous

  • AssayUnknown
  • Salt TolerantUnknown
  • KillerUnknown
  • PlasmidUnknown

Semi-Anaerobic Fermentation

  • Glucose +
  • Galactose -
  • Sucrose +
  • Maltose -
  • CellobioseUnknown
  • TrehaloseUnknown
  • Lactose -
  • Melibiose -
  • Raffinose -
  • MelizitoseUnknown
  • InulinUnknown
  • Soluble Starch -
  • XyloseUnknown
  • AMD GlucosideUnknown

Aerobic Utilisation and Growth - Sole Sources of Nitrogen

  • NH4 2SO4 -
  • KNO3 -
  • EthylamineUnknown
  • CadaverineUnknown
  • LysineUnknown

Other

  • Vitamin Free Growth -
  • Cyclohex 100 -
  • Cyclohex 1000 -
  • Glucose Growth 50Unknown
  • Glucose Growth 60 -
  • Lipolytic -
  • Acid Production -
  • Growth 37 +
  • Growth 40Unknown
  • Arbutin Hydrolysis -
  • Urease ActivityUnknown
  • Starch ProductionUnknown
  • Acid TolerantUnknown

Genomic Sequence Data

No data