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Development of cytochemical methods for the study of ascospore wall biogenesis and maturation

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Statementby Demaris E. Lusk
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 153 leaves :
Number of Pages153
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Open LibraryOL24532818M
OCLC/WorldCa25269293

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DEVELOPMENT OF CYTOCHEMICAL METHODS FOR THE STUDY OF ASCOSPORE WALL BIOGENESIS AND MATURATION by DEMARIS E. LUSK August Chairman: Dr. Henry C. Aldrich Major Department: Botany Detailed morphological studies of the process of ascosporogenesis have been well Development of cytochemical methods for the study of ascospore wall biogenesis and maturation book for several species of Ascomycetes.

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Neiman. In our study, detection of the fertility threshold com- paring the average values of cells with impaired DNA integrity using the RRAO method were 17% % and % %, P, for the fertile and infertile groups, respectively, setting a threshold of 95% proba- bility at 23%. Ascospore formation (sexual): Fusion of nuclei of two cells that can be either morphologically similar or dissimilar List the defining characteristics of the four phyla of fungi described in this chapter.

Ascosporogenesis in Nannizzia gypsea was studied by electron microscopy. Development of ascospores began with the formation of an ascus vesicle composed of two paired unit membranes.

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Introduction. 11, Correlation of Cytological and Biochemical Data-Aims and Methods by: groups of ascospores ejected from the perithecium. Procedures Many variations exist in the methods used to obtain progeny from random ascospores. Which method is best in a particular situation will depend on the scope and aim of the experiment.

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Saccharomyces cerevisiae is a unicellular eukaryote in which a combination of biochemical, genetic, and molecular biological techniques have been used in the study of cell structure, organelle biogenesis and function, and the regulation of growth and mating.

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