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Title: Candida Berkhout (1923)

Author
item Lachance, M - University Of Western Ontario
item Boekhout, T - Central Office For Fungal Cultures (CBS)
item Scorzetti, G - University Of Miami
item Fell, Jack - University Of Miami
item Kurtzman, Cletus

Submitted to: Yeasts: A Taxonomic Study
Publication Type: Book / Chapter
Publication Acceptance Date: 2/14/2010
Publication Date: 3/21/2011
Citation: Lachance, M.-A., Boekhout, T., Scorzetti, G., Fell, J.W., Kurtzman, C.P. 2011. Candida Berkhout (1923). In: Kurtzman, C.P., Fell, J.W., Boekhout, T., editors. The Yeasts, a Taxonomic Study. Volume 2, 5th edition. New York, NY: Elsevier. p. 987-1278.

Interpretive Summary:

Technical Abstract: This chapter describes the 314 species assigned to the genus Candida and is to be published in the Yeasts, A Taxonomic Study, 5th edition. Ascomycete yeasts that do not form ascosporic state are assigned to the genus Candida, which is a highly polyphyletic taxonomic form genus. Assigned species include many of clinical importance, such as Candida albicans and Candida glabrata, as well as biotechnologically important species such as Candida shehatae. Many other Candida species are the cause of food spoilage in a wide range of products.