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Table 1 Biodegradable plastic-degrading yeasts on rice husks harvested from various areas

From: Phyllosphere yeasts rapidly break down biodegradable plastics

JP
no.
Cultivar
name
Origin Yeast population
(cfu/g)
Strain
no
Phenotype Species
designation
    YM PBSA    
6775 Shinei Hokkaido 1 × 106 4 × 103 GB-1 Smooth C. flavus
6918 Akamai Tohoku 6 × 105 1 × 104 GB-2 Wrinkled P. antarctica
6497 Akinishiki Niigata 2 × 105 5 × 104 GB-3 Wrinkled P. antarctica
2031191 Tankei Ibaraki 3 × 106 5 × 105 GB-4(0) Wrinkled P. antarctica
2031192 Tankei Ibaraki 6 × 106 4 × 106 GB-4(1)S Smooth C. laurentii
     4 × 105 GB-4(1)W Wrinkled P. antarctica
10995 Nourin18 Kumamoto 8 × 105 6 × 105 GB-5S Smooth C. rajasthanensis
     3 × 105 GB-5W Wrinkled P. antarctica
7239 Kanan 2 Taiwan 4 × 103 4 × 103 GB-6 Smooth C. laurentii
5310 Matsumae Hokkaido 8 × 104 8 × 104 GB-7 Wrinkled P. antarctica
7032 Ouu 52 Akita 8 × 105 8 × 105 GB-8 Wrinkled P. antarctica
7412 Chibanishiki Chiba 3 × 105 0 × 100 not found   
11295 Saikai 124 Fukuoka 1 × 106 4 × 104 GB-10S Smooth C. rajasthanensis
     4 × 103 GB-10W Wrinkled P. antarctica
8955 Kantou 135 Saitama 2 × 106 1 × 106 GB-11S Smooth C. laurentii
     4 × 104 GB-11W Wrinkled P. antarctica
  1. All seeds were obtained from National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences (NIAS) Genebank at Tsukua, Japan
  2. Seeds of JP nos. 2031191, 5310, 7032, 7412, 11295, and 8955 were harvested in 2000. Those of JP nos. 6775, 6918, 6497, 2031192, 10995, and 7239 were harvested in 2005.