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Census of Marine Life lists 122,500 known species, over halfway to complete inventory by Oct. 2010

...Halichondria albescens (1818), Seriatula seriata (1826), Hymeniacidon brettii (1866), Pellina bibula (1870), Amorphina appendiculata (1875), Isodictya crassa (1882), Microciona tumulosa (1882), Menanetia minchini (1896), Trachyopsilla glaberrima (1931) and 44 other names. No researcher's work is spared ...
Crassa in Biological Technology

Neurospora crassa

Multiporator Transformation Protocol Protocol No. 4308 915.047 11/2001 ...

Neurospora crassa

Multiporator Transformation Protocol Protocol No. 4308 915.048 11/2001 ...

Efficient Transfection of Neurospora Crassa

Katherine A. Borkovich PhD and Kimberly Vollmer Katherine A. Borkovich PhD, University of Texas-Houston Medical Center, Dept. of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, Houston, Texas. Kimberly Vollmer, Brinkmann™ ...

Efficient Transfection of Neurospora Crassa

Katherine A. Borkovich PhD and Kimberly Vollmer Katherine A. Borkovich PhD, University of Texas-Houston Medical Center, Dept. of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, Houston, Texas. Kimberly Vollmer, Brinkmann™ ...

Transformation of Filamentous Fungi by Microprojectile Bombardment

...o being used for protoplast formation or for microprojectile bombardment. Plasmid pRG-1, a 5 kb plasmid containing the Neurospora crassa pyr4 gene cloned into pUC9 was used for transformation experiments. This plasmid has been shown to complement the pyrG89 mutatio...

Isolation of Cosmids using Eppendorf's Perfectprep Plasmid Mini Kit

... [3] was used in this experiment for screening of the Neurospora crassa genome. Restriction analysis of the pLorist6Xh vector isolated f... New York, 2000. Kelkar, H.S., et.al., The Neurospora crassa Genome: Cosmid Libraries Sorted by Chromosome, Genetics 157, 2...
Crassa in Biological Definition

Neurospora crassa

Neurospora crassa is a type of red bread mold of the phylum Ascomycota . The genus name, meaning "nerve spore" refers to the characteristic striations on the spores that resemble axons . N. crassa is notable for its use as a model organism in science because it is easy to grow a...

Genome project

... Kangaroo Felis domesticus Cat Canis lupis Dog Drosophila melanogaster Fruit fly Saccharomyces cerevisiae Yeast Neurospora crassa A type of mold Arabidopsis thaliana Mustard weed Oryza sativa Rice Triticum spp Wheat Zea mays Maize (or corn) Escheri...
Crassa in Biological Dictionary

Neurospora crassa

Neurospora crassa is a type of red bread mold of the phylum Ascomycota. The genus name, meaning "nerve spore" refers to the characteristic striations on the spores. Neurospora is a genus of Ascomycete fungi. The genus name, meaning "nerve spore" refers to the char...

Point Mutation

... Point mutations are frequently the result of mistakes made during DNA replication, although ... of Repeat-Induced Point Mutation in Neurospora crassa by ... Point Mutations or SNPs. A point mutation or SNP (Single Nucleotide Polymorphism), involves the ... Nonetheless, this type of mutat...

Initiator tRNA

...s the binding of the elongation factor EF-Tu to the initiator tRNA (5,6) ... Initiator methionine tRNA from the cytoplasm of Neurospora crassa has been purified and sequenced. ... that of the corresponding mitochondrial initiator tRNA . ... The initiator tRNA is a distinct species, ...

Cosmid

...tration Date: 2005-08-16 16:36:57. Last Profile Update: ... A Neurospora crassa cosmid library of 12,000 clones (at least nine genome ... Cosmid ...ry described here is being carried out at UGA. ... USA 83:4869-4873) N. crassa cosmid libraries (obtained from the Fungal Genetics ... The 110 cosmid ...

Chromosome walk

...lking using ordered genomic libraries is demanding of both labor and materials. ... Chromosome walking and gene cloning using a Neurospora crassa Linkage Group VI-specific library. ... adds efficiency to chromosome walking and to sib-selection ... As far as my understanding, chromosome ...
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