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ICY 2016 Virtual Special Issue
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European derived Saccharomyces cerevisiae colonisation of New Zealand vineyards aided by humans
Genome sequencing shows that humans have unwittingly transported wine yeast to the other side of the planet, where this species has become established in vineyards. More ►
Saccharomyces cerevisiae metabolism in ecological context
Could complex genotype-phenotype observations in Saccharomyces cerevisiae originate from its evolutionary history rich with social life? More ►
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For generations yeast has been used for production of food and alcoholic beverages. Despite this long usage there is, however, still much interest in how we through studies of yeast physiology at the mechanistic level further improve production of food and beverages. In order to illustrate many of these exciting developments we have assembled a virtual issue of papers published in FEMS Yeast Research on this topic.
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