The literature on sequencing as a tool for yeast molecular taxonomy is reviewed. Ribosomal DNA has been preferred for sequencing over other molecules such as mitochondrial DNA, and a large database is now available. rDNA consists of regions that evolve at different rates, allowing comparison of different levels of relationship among yeasts. Sequences of the 18S rDNA and the 25S rDNA have been largely used for yeast systematics and phylogeny, but the search for regions with increased resolving power has led to the study of the spacer regions of the rDNA. Few studies are concerned with signature sequences.
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