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

by Demaris E. Lusk

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Statementby Demaris E. Lusk
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 153 leaves :
Number of Pages153
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Open LibraryOL24532818M
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Abstract. Oocyte maturation is a complex process that encompasses growth and differentiation of the oocyte, acquisition of meiotic competence, initiation and completion of nuclear maturation, and cytoplasmic changes related to fertilizability and post-fertilization developmental by: 4. A recent study in arabidopsis showed that cell wall properties can impact vacuolar expansion during cellular elongation, M. Rojas-PierceVacuolar trafficking and biogenesis: a maturation in the field. A SNARE complex unique to seed plants is required for protein storage vacuole biogenesis and seed development of Arabidopsis : Yong Cui, Qiong Zhao, Shuai Hu, Liwen Jiang.

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Recent Approaches to the Cytochemical Study of Mammalian Tissues GEORGE H. HOGEBOOM,1 EDWARD L. KUFF, WALTER C. SCHNEIDER AND National Cancer Institute, National Institutes of Health, United Stiztes Public Health Service, Bethesda, Maryland I. 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. Total isolation may be preferred when numbers are small and bias is to be avoided. Selective isolation.


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Development of cytochemical methods for the study of ascospore wall biogenesis and maturation by Demaris E. Lusk Download PDF EPUB FB2

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 documented for several species of Ascomycetes.

Biogenesis of ascospore wall. Development of cytochemical methods for the study of ascospore wall biogenesis and maturation / By Lusk, Demaris E., ersitylibrary/creator/ Development of cytochemical methods for the study of ascospore wall biogenesis and maturation by Lusk, Demaris : Development of cytochemical methods for the study of ascospore wall biogenesis and maturationAuthor: Demaris E.

Lusk. Development of cytochemical methods for the study of ascospore wall biogenesis and maturation / By Demaris E. Lusk Topics: Ascomycetes, Ascospores, Botany, Botany thesis : Demaris E.

Lusk. Development of cytochemical methods for the study of ascospore wall biogenesis and maturation. Ascomycetes; Ascospores; Fungi. Figure Serum labeling and buffer control on A. sphaerospora. A) labeling of immune-mouse serum (from.

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niqrella. A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the : Aaron M. 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.

Myelin figures consisting of coiled or concentric membranes were regularly connected with the growing ascus vesicle. Development of cytochemical methods for the study of ascospore wall biogenesis and maturation. Ascomycetes; Ascospores; Fungi. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.

With the intent to provide additional information on the reproductive biology of the ostariophysian fish, the oocyte development in Serrasalmus maculatus is here described under light and electron microscopy by using some cytochemical methods. Our results are discussed considering the cellular processes that drive the oocyte development and comparing to the available information on other Cited by: The ascospore wall of the budding yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae consists of inner layers of similar composition to the vegetative cell wall and outer layers made of spore-specific components that confer increased stress resistance on the by: 2.

Ascospore formation involves cytoplasmic compartmentalization by double delimiting membranes between which the ascospore wall develops. Confusion in the literature about the origin of delimiting membranes is resolved by using the endomembrane concept which comprises one membrane-generating system with different levels of membrane transformation Cited by: Perithecial Development by Gibberella zeae: A Light Microscopy Study.

Gibberella zeae (anamorph Fusarium graminearum) is the causal agent of head blight, and foot and crown rots of wheat, corn, oats and barley.

The developmental sequence of perithecia from homothallic Group II isolates of G. zeae was traced by light microscopy. This study was designed to test the hypothesis that oocytes exposed to a complex mixture of organochlorine compounds in vitro would exhibit changes during maturation, or subsequent in vitro fertilization (IVF) or embryonic development.

The mixture used in this study was designed to approximate that found in the Arctic marine food by: This book is an introduction to the scientific basis of histochemistry and is intended to provide a background for the selection and development of appro­ priate methods. It is not a "cook book.

The velvet regulator VosA plays a pivotal role in asexual sporulation in the model filamentous fungus Aspergillus nidulans. In the present study, we characterize the roles of VosA in sexual spores (ascospores) in A. nidulans. During ascospore maturation, the deletion of vosA causes a rapid decrease in spore viability.

The absence of vosA also results in a lack of trehalose biogenesis and. Acta Haematol. ;45(4) The application of cytochemical methods to the study of acute leukemia. A review. Schmalzl F, Braunsteiner by:. Here, we describe the methods of studying peroxisome biogenesis in Arabidopsis pollen grains by fluorescent live-imaging with confocal laser scanning microscopy (CLSM) and by DAB-staining based.Find the perfect antigenic stock photo.

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