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Neurospora bibliography and index

Barbara J. Bachmann

Neurospora bibliography and index

by Barbara J. Bachmann

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Published by Yale University Press in New Haven .
Written in English

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  • Neurospora -- Bibliography.

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    Statementby Barbara J. Bachmann and Walter N. Strickland.
    GenreBibliography.
    ContributionsStrickland, Walter N., joint author.
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    LC ClassificationsZ5356.N4 B3
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 225 p.
    Number of Pages225
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    Open LibraryOL5941855M
    LC Control Number65012538
    OCLC/WorldCa879231

    Items where Year is Up a level Export as ASCII Citation BibTeX Dublin Core EP3 XML EndNote HTML Citation JSON METS Object IDs OpenURL ContextObject RDF+N-Triples RDF+N3 RDF+XML Refer Reference Manager (RIS) TSV. Neurospora [electronic resource]: contributions of a model organism / Rowland H. Davis. Main author: Davis, Rowland H. Corporate Author: Ebook Central Academic Complete., ProQuest (Firm) Format: eBook Online access: Connect to electronic book via Ebook Central.

    Neurospora: [ noo͡-ros´po-rah ] a genus of fungi, comprising the bread molds, capable of converting tryptophan to niacin; used in genetic and enzyme research. In Beadle and Tatum's study of Neurospora, they were able to identify three classes of mutants that needed arginie added to minimal media in order to grow. The production of arginine includes the following steps: precursor - ornithine - citrulline - arginine.

      Neurospora crassa has a long history as an excellent model for genetic, cellular and biochemical research. Although this fungus is known as a saprotroph, it Cited by: Neurospora crassa and the One Gene - One Enzyme Theory. Neurospora crassa is an ascomycete, the red bread all fungi, it reproduces by spores. It produces two kinds of spores: Conidia are spores produced by asexual reproduction. Mitosis of the haploid nuclei of the active, growing fungus generates the conidia.; Ascospores, on the other hand, are formed following sexual reproduction.


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Neurospora bibliography and index by Barbara J. Bachmann Download PDF EPUB FB2

Genre/Form: Bibliography Index: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bachmann, Barbara J. Neurospora bibliography and index. New Haven, Yale Univ. Press, Neurospora is a genus of Ascomycete genus name, meaning "nerve spore" refers to the characteristic striations on the spores that resemble axons.

The best known species in this genus is Neurospora crassa, a common model organism in biology. Neurospora intermedia var. oncomensis is believed to be the only mold belonging to Neurospora which is used in food production (to make oncom).Class: Sordariomycetes.

Neurospora Bibliography. This bibliography represents my attempt to collect all works dealing substantially with Neurospora.

Please let me know of anything published in or that is not included here or in the previous bibliography, so that it might be mentioned next year.

NEUROSPORA BIBLIOGRAPHY Every attempt has been made to insure that the citations appear exactly as they do in the original publication.

Copies of the bibliography are available on Macintosh discs (EndNote Plus or MS Word). Neurospora Bibliography and Index [Book Review] By N.

Horowitz. Abstract. This useful volume contains a complete\ud bibliography of the Neurospora bibliography and index book important\ud genus, Neurospora.

It lists more\ud than research papers, reviews,\ud theses, abstracts, and patents, beginning\ud with the oldest published descriptions\ud ( is the Author: N. Horowitz. Neurospora crassa is a type of red bread mold of the phylum genus name, meaning "nerve spore" in Greek, refers to the characteristic striations on the first published account of Neurospora bibliography and index book fungus was from an infestation of French bakeries in Family: Sordariaceae.

The book closes with a fascinating look at the history and future trends for research on Neurospora gene and genome analysis. This volume is essential for everyone working with Neurospora and other filamentous fungi. It is recommended for all biology, agriculture, and medical : Hardcover.

Other articles where Neurospora is discussed: Ascomycota: Neurospora, a genus of widespread species, produces bakery mold, or red bread mold. It has been used extensively in genetic and biochemical investigations.

Xylaria contains about species of cosmopolitan fungi. polymorpha produces a club-shaped or fingerlike fruiting body (stroma) resembling burned wood and. The filamentous fungus Neurospora crassa has provided a rich source of knowledge on epigenetic phenomena that would have been difficult or impossible to gain from other pora sports features found in higher eukaryotes but absent in both budding and fission yeast, including DNA methylation and H3K27 methylation, and also has distinct RNA interference (RNAi)-based silencing Cited by: Many of the most important discoveries of biochemical genetics, cell and molecular biology, and developmental biology were made using Neurospora as the model system.

Indeed, most biology courses have a special section devoted to the unusual biology of compendium will list all the known mutations in entry will include the details of phenotypic (usually Cited by: Neurospora.

The bread mold Neurospora crassa is a simple fungal eukaryote which has been used extensively as a model organism to elucidate many of the principles of genetics of higher organisms. It is relatively easy to cultivate in the laboratory.

Neurospora are eukaryotic organisms; that is, they organize their genes onto may exist as either diploid cells (two copies of gene. Neurospora has been a successful eukaryotic model organism for addressing a wide range of biological questions under laboratory success was a result of early domestication of the organism for rigorous experimentation.

As a result of concerted efforts by many excellent researchers for over a century, there has been enormous amount of genetic resources collected and generated for Cited by: 5.

Neurospora definition is - any of a genus (Neurospora of the family Sordariaceae) of ascomycetous fungi which are used extensively in genetic research and have black perithecia and persistent asci and some of which have salmon-pink or orange spore masses and are severe pests in bakeries.

The diversity of Neurospora genes. A high-quality draft of the N. crassa genome has now been reported [], following a preliminary report of the annotation of 12 megabases (Mb) of sequence [].The genomic data [] provide more than fold sequence coverage of the genome, which has a total length of Mb.A total of 10, protein-coding genes have been predicted with, on average, one Cited by: ADVERTISEMENTS: In this article we will discuss about: 1.

Recombination in Neurospora 2. Gene Mapping in Neurospora 3. Genotypic Control. Recombination in Neurospora: The fungus Neurospora crassa has some advantages for study of crossing over.

In the vegetative phase of its life cycle, there is growth of filamentous, coenocytic hyphae to form the haploid mycelium. [ ]. Neurospora synonyms, Neurospora pronunciation, Neurospora translation, English dictionary definition of Neurospora.

n a genus of fast-growing orange-red fungus characterized by markings on the spores resembling axons, used widely in genetic and biochemical research Noun. Stadler, in Encyclopedia of Genetics, Neurospora crassa is an ascomycete fungus that has been used extensively in genetic research.

Cultures of Neurospora are recognized by the orange color of the vegetative spores. The first genetic studies of Neurospora were carried out by Carl Lindegren in the s. He isolated several morphological mutant strains and constructed the first linkage.

The fungus Neurospora has been the subject of a large variety of types of research in genetics and other aspects of biology. This chapter provides a short overview of Neurospora genetics, both as an introduction for those not familiar with this fungus as a genetic tool, and as a general context for the diverse research described in the ensuing chapters.

Neurospora crassa is a central organism in the history of twentieth-century genetics, biochemistry and molecular biology. Here, we report a high-quality draft sequence of. Neurospora Genetics. In book: eLS. Cite this publication. Rowland H Davis. Abstract. Neurospora crassa is a filamentous fungus of the class Ascomycetes.

It is a genetically well-understood Author: Rowland H. Davis. Neurospora sitophila Shear & B.O. Dodge, Journal of Agricultural Research 34 (11): () [MB#].Neurospora crassa, a Model System for Epigenetics Research Rodolfo Aramayo1 and Eric U. Selker2 1Department of Biology, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas ; 2Department of Biology and Institute of Molecular Biology, Universityof Oregon, Eugene, Oregon Abstract.

The filamentous fungus Neurospora crassa has provided a rich source of knowledge on epigenetic phenomena that would have been difficult or impossible to gain from other pora sports features found in higher eukaryotes but absent in both budding and fission yeast, including DNA methylation and H3K27 methylation, and also has distinct RNA interference .