Microbiology

, Volume 86, Issue 6, pp 786–792 | Cite as

Yeast population of the Kindo Peninsula lichens

  • A. V. Kachalkin
  • A. M. Glushakova
  • T. A. Pankratov
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Abstract

Yeast abundance and species diversity in the lichens collected at the Kindo Peninsula (Karelia) were studied. A total of 14 lichen species analyzed belonged to the genera Bryoria, Cladonia, Hypogymnia, Icmadophila, Nephroma, Peltigera, and Ramalina. Abundance of cultured yeasts in lichens was intermediate between soil and phyllosphere. The average yeast number on lichens was ~2.5 × 103 CFU/g, while it exceeded 8 × 103 CFU/g on plants and reached only 1 × 103 CFU/g in soil. Yeast population of different parts of Cladonia lichens was found to vary significantly in abundance, species diversity, and community structure. The highest yeast abundance and diversity were revealed in the growth zone. Fifteen yeast species were isolated from lichens, including 6 basidiomycetous and 9 ascomycetous ones. Unlike soils and plants, yeast population of lichens consisted mainly of ascomycetous species, with predominance of Candida sphagnicola and anamorphous yeasts of the genus Dothiora. These results show that yeasts from different taxonomic and ecological groups are a necessary component of lichens; conditions favoring the preservation and development of specific yeast communities differing from the typical soil and phyllosphere yeast complexes are formed in the lichens of northern taiga forests.

Keywords

yeasts lichens lichenosphere Subarctic areas MSU White Sea Biological Station Cladonia Dothiora 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • A. V. Kachalkin
    • 1
  • A. M. Glushakova
    • 1
  • T. A. Pankratov
    • 1
  1. 1.Lomonosov Moscow State UniversityMoscowRussia

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