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Saccharomyces, may be a genus within the kingdom of fungi that has several species of yeast. genus Saccharomyces is from Greek (sugar) and (mushroom) and suggests that sugar plant. Several members of this genus area unit thought-about vital in food production. it's called the brewer's yeast or yeast. They're animate thing and saprophytic fungi. One example is yeast, that is employed in creating wine, bread, and beer. different members of this genus embody the wild yeast genus Saccharomyces paradoxus that's the nearest relative to S. cerevisiae, genus Saccharomyces bayanus, utilized in creating wine, and genus Saccharomyces boulardii, utilized in drugs.
Related Journals of Saccharomyces
Fermentation Technology, Journal of Biotechnology & Biomaterials, Journal of Bioprocessing & Biotechniques, Journal of Bioterrorism & Biodefense, Molecular Biology, Yeast, FEMS Yeast Research, Microbial Biotechnology