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- Almeida, Pedro; Barbosa, Raquel; Zalar, Polona; Imanishi, Yumi; Shimizu, Kiminori; Turchetti, Benedetta; Legras, Jean‐Luc; Serra, Marta; Dequin, Sylvie; Couloux, Arnaud; Guy, Julie; Bensasson, Douda; Gonçalves, Paula; Sampaio, José Paulo
- Molecular ecology 2015 v.24 no.21 pp. 5412-5427
- Quercus; Saccharomyces cerevisiae; basins; domestication; fermentation; genes; metagenomics; models; population growth; population structure; viticulture; wild relatives; wine yeasts; winemaking; wines
- ... The domestication of the wine yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae is thought to be contemporary with the development and expansion of viticulture along the Mediterranean basin. Until now, the unavailability of wild lineages prevented the identification of the closest wild relatives of wine yeasts. Here, we enlarge the collection of natural lineages and employ whole‐genome data of oak‐associated wild is ...
- Eberlein, Chris; Leducq, Jean‐Baptiste; Landry, Christian R.
- Molecular ecology 2015 v.24 no.21 pp. 5309-5311
- Quercus; Saccharomyces cerevisiae; beers; bioethanol; breads; dogs; domestication; drugs; evolution; genes; humans; long term experiments; metagenomics; wild relatives; wine yeasts; winemaking; wines; Europe; Mediterranean region
- ... The domestication of plants, animals and microbes by humans are the longest artificial evolution experiments ever performed. The study of these long‐term experiments can teach us about the genomics of adaptation through the identification of the genetic bases underlying the traits favoured by humans. In laboratory evolution, the characterization of the molecular changes that evolved specifically i ...