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Temperature sensitivity of flocculation induction, conjugation and sporulation in fission yeast

Antonie van Leeuwenhoek

Jan 1, 1979

G B Calleja, B F Johnson

PMID: 554533

Abstract

Homothallic cultures of Schizosaccharomyces pombe, anaerobically grown to stationary phase in broth at 32 degrees C, were induced by aeration to flocculate. Flocculation was followed by copulation, conjugation, zygote formation, meiosis and sporulation. Cultures grown to stationary phas...read more

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Pathologic Cytolysis
Conjugation
Sporulation
Conidia
Cell Respiration
Reproduction Spores
Biologic Development
Respiratory Gaseous Exchange in Organisms
Meiosis
Stationary Phase - Research Equipment
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Temperature sensitivity of flocculation induction, conjugation and sporulation in fission yeast

Antonie van Leeuwenhoek

Jan 1, 1979

G B Calleja, B F Johnson

PMID: 554533

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Abstract

Homothallic cultures of Schizosaccharomyces pombe, anaerobically grown to stationary phase in broth at 32 degrees C, were induced by aeration to flocculate. Flocculation was followed by copulation, conjugation, zygote formation, meiosis and sporulation. Cultures grown to stationary phas...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Pathologic Cytolysis
Conjugation
Sporulation
Conidia
Cell Respiration
Reproduction Spores
Biologic Development
Respiratory Gaseous Exchange in Organisms
Meiosis
Stationary Phase - Research Equipment
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