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C. METHODS OF CLASSIFICATION OF THE YEASTS Yeasts are at present classified on the basis of their morphology, for assignment to genera, and by their biochemical reactions, for assignment to species. The workers of the Dutch school were responsible for much of the pioneering work on the classification of the yeast species known up to about 1950. This work culminated in the standard text on yeast taxonomy by Lodder and Kreger-van Rij (1952). These workers classified all the yeasts available to them on the basis of cellular morphology, spore shape and number, and the nature of the conjugation process, and, at the specific level, on the ability to ferment and assimilate six sugars, to use ethanol and nitrate, and 'to hydrolyze arbutin.
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