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Mating types occur in eukaryotes that undergo sexual reproduction via isogamy. ... Each mating type can signal its presence to others, (the "female" signals the " ...
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The yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae is a simple single celled eukaryote with both a diploid and haploid mode of existence. The mating of yeast only occurs between haploids, which can be either the a or α (alpha) mating type...
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Mating type This article is in need of attention from an expert on the subject. ... The mating between a labrador and a german shepard would produce A.wild type B. ...
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mating type ( ′madiŋ ′tīp ) ( microbiology ) The genetically determined mating behavior characteristic of certain species of microorganisms; only
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The mating type alleles of T. thermophila are unusual in that they ... Mating type is determined during macronuclear development at conjugation by a ...
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Information about Mating type in the free online English ... type (redirected from Mating type) Also found in: Medical, Financial, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia ...
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Know Your Mating Type: The Sensing-Judging (SJ)Legalist ... Relationships are commitments to this type, and, in mating as in all other life ...
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Know Your Mating Type: The Sensing-Perceptive (SP)Realist ` ... Follow these links to learn more about how different Mating Types interact. ...
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Probing DNA from strains of each mating type with labelled sequences from the A ... While the mating type sequences must be of the opposite kind for mating to occur ...
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Like normal h90 strains, mat2-102 can mate with strains of either mating type. ... This strain will be homozygous for the mating type and thus unable to sporulate. ...
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Heterologous expression of mating-type genes in filamentous fungi. ... Mating type controls entry into the sexual cycle, events subsequent to ...
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What is Mating type? Meaning of Mating type medical term. What does Mating type mean? ... mating type in ciliate protozoa, certain bacteria, and certain fungi, ...
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As in many other basidiomycete species, the mating type locus in C. ... In addition, mating type genes can play important roles in the epidemiology and ...
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The European Bioinformatics Institute ... to mating-type pheromone proteins. ... Each A mating-type sublocus encodes a pair of divergently transcribed ...
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The mating type is determined in this case by a single genetic locus with two alleles. ... Mating type studies in fungi are still ongoing and there's much more to be ...
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Determining the mating type of segregants or newly acquired strains is a ... opposite mating type, while heterokaryons are normally formed only between ...
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Fusion of hyphae of the same mating type is controlled by a number of het loci, ... Mating- type-associated vegetative incompatibility also occurs in Aspergillus ...
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However, the mating type composition and pathogenicity to tomato and potato ... Before 1984, A2 mating type had only been detected in Mexico, the possible ...
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Impact of Mating Type, Serotype, and Ploidy on the Virulence of Cryptococcus neoformans. ... Identification of Mating Type Genes in the Bipolar Basidiomycetous Yeast ...
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(mating type) amongst a worldwide collection of clinical ... Mating-type genes are highly divergent so may. provide useful species-specific markers ...
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