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Research Project: Genomic Analyses and Management of Agricultural and Industrial Microbial Genetic Resources and Associated Information

Location: Mycotoxin Prevention and Applied Microbiology Research

Title: The making of biodiversity across the yeast subphyllum

Author
item OPULENTE, DANA - University Of Wisconsin
item HULFACHOR, AMANDA - University Of Wisconsin
item Devirgilio, Jeremy
item KOMINEK, JACEK - University Of Wisconsin
item KUANG, MEIHUA - University Of Wisconsin
item ROKAS, ANTONIS - Vanderbilt University
item Kurtzman, Cletus
item HITTINGER, CHRIS - University Of Wisconsin

Submitted to: Meeting Abstract
Publication Type: Abstract Only
Publication Acceptance Date: 3/1/2016
Publication Date: 3/1/2016
Citation: Opulente, D.A., Hulfachor, A.B., Devirgilio, J.H., Kominek, J., Kuang, M., Rokas, A., Kurtzman, C.P., Hittinger, C.T. 2016. The making of biodiversity across the yeast subphyllum [abstract].

Interpretive Summary:

Technical Abstract: Goals for this research project are to determine how the functional diversity of the yeast subphylum is encoded, and to reconstruct the history of yeasts to elucidate the tempo and mode of functional diversification. The impact of this work will be to integrate discoveries within broadly disseminated databases (e.g. GenBank, Tree of Life Web Project), develop a new internet database that synthesizes phylogeny with function and genome content, and to focus on poorly sampled yeast clades and metagenomic analyses of natural yeast habitats.