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hominicks hominicks at ntlworld.com
Wed Nov 19 13:13:23 EST 2003

The Ultimate Authoritative Monograph on Interactive CD ROM.


   * A complete taxonomic database of all currently accepted yeast
   * Includes morphology, images, physiological data, rDNA sequences
   * All accepted species and all type strains
   * Interactive software for identification of yeast isolates
   * Future updates through the web

Recommended System Requirements: Windows 98 or XP, Pentium III
processor, 500 MHz, 128 MB RAM, 32x CD-ROM player, 16-bit colour monitor

Minimum system requirements: Windows 98, Pentium II processor, 350 MHz,
64 MB RAM, 16x CD-ROM player, 16-bit colour monitor

Price: EURO 95.00;  STERLING 59.95

HOW TO ORDER ETI CD-ROMs: Send your name and delivery address to
orders at eti.uva.nl  Your order will be despatched, with an invoice
enclosed, payable within 30 days of receiving it. The best way to pay is
by Visa or Mastercard, and a form will be enclosed with the order. Our
bank details for other methods to pay are detailed on the invoice. All
orders are sent by air mail.

POSTAGE/PACKING AND VAT : Postage and Packing costs =A33.00 or 5 EURO and
VAT of 17.5% applies to customers in the EU.


Yeasts of the World - Morphology, physiology, sequences and
identification  ISBN: Win: 90-75000-47-2

Author(s): Boekhout, T., Robert, V., Smith, M.Th., Stalpers, J., Yarrow,
D., Boer, P., Gijswijt, G., Kurtzman, C.P., Fell, J.W., Gu=E9ho, E.,
Guillot, J., and Roberts, I.


   * Fully illustrated introduction and hyperlinked Glossary
   * Illustrated species and type strain descriptions
   * Slides of cultures
   * Electron micrographs of cells
   * Photo micrographs of cells and conjugations
   * Over 100 physiological tests and automated recording of microplates
   * Extensive rDNA information for species and type strains
   * Clear comparison between species and yeast isolates
   * Comprehensible presentation of identification results


I expect that all yeast professionals will enjoy the disk for its easily
accessible, high quality photographs, the species lists, and the
references. I cannot see anyone with a serious interest in yeast
diversity not benefiting from Yeasts of the World. It is a compact, high
quality, and affordable alternative to  Barnett, Yarrow and Payne's
tome. (May 2003 in Mycologist, Vol 17, by Andr=E9 Lachance)

Written by many of the world's leading experts, it is well designed,
much cheaper (and lighter) than the recent corresponding books, has lots
of sequence data and is easy to use, with extensive hyperlinks.
(November 2002 in Microbiology Today Vol 29 by Alan Wheals)

A catalogue of all ETI products is available at www.eti.uva.nl.

If there is anything else you need to know, please get in touch.

Dr Bill Hominick
ETI Information Services Ltd
PO Box 3373
Wokingham, Berks
RG41 1XN, UK
tel : +44 (0)118 962 7072

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