Year

1985

Degree Name

Master of Science

Department

Department of Biology

Abstract

One hundred and eighty-one isolates of Candida comprising C, albicans ( 58.6 ), C> parapsilosis ( 25.2 % ), C. tropicalis ( 10.5 % )» C. krusei ( 4.4 % )» C. guilliermondii ( 2.2 % ), C. pseudotropicalis ( 0.6 % ) and C. ravauttii ( 0.6 fe ), were examined for 26 physiological characteristics. The characters obtained were subjected to 5 different clustering analyses ( MULTBET, MÜLCLAS using " incremental sum of squares " fusion strategy and MULCLAS using " group average " fusion strategy ).

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