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H. lar is also known as H. agilis (lar gibbon), H. moloch (agile gibbon), and H. muelleri (silvery gibbon).Genome-Wide Association Study: An analysis comparing the allele frequencies of all available (or a whole GENOME representative set of) polymorphic markers in unrelated patients with a specific symptom or disease condition, and those of healthy controls to identify markers associated with a specific disease or condition.Human Genome Project: A coordinated effort of researchers to map (CHROMOSOME MAPPING) and sequence (SEQUENCE ANALYSIS, DNA) the human GENOME.Genome, Human: The complete genetic complement contained in the DNA of a set of CHROMOSOMES in a HUMAN. 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... anomalus R.Emers. 1941 Allomyces arbusculus E.J.Butler 1911 Allomyces catenoides Sparrow 1964 Allomyces cystogenus R. ... 1941 Allomyces javanicus Kniep 1929 Allomyces macrogynus (R.Emers.) R.Emers. & C.M.Wilson 1954 Allomyces moniliformis Coker & ... Braxton 1926 Allomyces neomoniliformis Indoh 1940 Allomyces reticulatus R. Emers. & J.A.Robertson 1974 Allomyces strangulata ... Allomyces is a genus of chytrid fungi in the family Blastocladiaceae. It was circumscribed by British mycologist Edwin John ...
... is a species of fungi in the family Blastocladiaceae. It was described by Frederick Kroeber Sparrow in ... "Allomyces catenoides Sparrow, 1964". Catalogue of Life. 27 October 2015. Retrieved 8 November 2015. ...
Emerson R. "An experimental study of the life cycles and taxonomy of Allomyces". Lloydia. 4: 77-144 (see p. 134). Allomyces ... Allomyces cystogenus is a species of fungus in the family Blastocladiaceae. It was described as new to science in 1941 by Ralph ...
... is a species of fungus from India. Butler, E. J. (1911). "On Allomyces, a new aquatic fungus". Annals of ...
... is a species of fungus from India. Chauhan, Rekha (2014). "Studies on some freshwater fishes found infected ...
... is a species of fungus from Japan. Indoh, Hiroharu (1940). "Studies on Japanese aquatic fungi. II. ...
... is a species of fungus from the United States. Emerson, Ralph; Robertson, Jack (1974). "Two new members ...
... is commonly grown in media with casein hydrolysate and yeast extracts as the source of nitrogen and growth ... Allomyces macrogynus is a species of fungus in the family Blastocladiaceae. It was first described by mycologist Ralph Emerson ... The genome of Allomyces macrogynus has been sequenced and this makes it desirable to review an organism of interesting ... Allomyces macrogynus also shows chemotropism in the growing hyphal organisms by which the rhizoids can grow towards amino acid ...
... is a species of fungus from the United States. Coker, William; Braxton, H. (1926). "New Water Molds from ...
These fossils closely resemble the modern genus Allomyces. Holocarpic chytrid remains were found in cherts from Combres in ... Taylor, T.N.; W. Remy; H. Hass (1994). "Allomyces in the Devonian". Nature. 367 (6464): 601. doi:10.1038/367601a0. Krings, ...
Ralph Emerson (botanist)
One of his major contributions was a paper on they cytogenetics and cytotaxonomy of Allomyces. Beyond Allomyces and other ... It was during this time that he began his research into aquatic fungi, specifically the Allomyces, a research passion that ... Since the beginning of his academic career, Ralph Emerson had an interest in water molds, beginning with the genus Allomyces. ... "Studies of the nutrition and metabolism of the aquatic phycomycete, Allomyces." American Journal of Botany (1954): 146-152. ...
In Allomyces, the thallus (body) is attached by rhizoids, and has an erect trunk on which reproductive organs are formed at the ... The most remarkable are those members, such as Allomyces that demonstrate determinant, differentiated growth. As stated above, ... As well, two (once) popular model organisms-Allomyces macrogynus and Blastocladiella emersonii-belong to this phylum. ... Robertson 1974 Genus Blastocladia Reinsch 1877 Genus Allomyces Butler 1911 [Septocladia Coker & Grant 1922] James, T.Y.; et al ...
It contains the following genera: Allomyces Blastocladiella Blastocladia Blastocladiopsis Microallomyces The family was ...
List of sequenced fungi genomes
Origins of Multicellularity Database Gonapodya prolifera at JGI Allomyces macrogynus at BROAD: Origins of Multicellularity ... Entophlycits helioformis JEL805 Gaertneriomyces semiglobifer Barr43 Globomyces pollinis-pini Rhizoclomsatium globosum Allomyces ...
... the aquatic fungus Allomyces macrogynus, the slime mold Dictyostelium discoideum, the ciliate protozoan Blepharisma japonicum ...
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Other strain collections include Allomyces (pdf), Aspergillus niger, and Neurospora strains from the historical Tatum lab ...
After visiting Seattle in 1968 and attending an International Botany Congress, she was introduced to the fungi allomyces, which ...
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Researchers from the Cooperative Wildlife Research Laboratory, Southern Illinois University and U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) examined the chronic toxicity of two of the insecticides most commonly used in the Central Valley- chlorpyrifos and endosulfan, to larval Pacific treefrogs (Pseudacris regilla) and foothill yellow-legged frogs (Rana boylii), the amphibians with declining populations that live and breed in meadows surrounding the Sierra Nevada. The results are discussed in "Toxicity of Two Insecticides to California, USA, Anurans and Its Relevance to Declining Amphibian Populations." The study used laboratory testing to examine how the insecticides affected the two frogs at environmentally realistic concentrations. During testing, tadpoles were observed at various stages of development to see how the insecticides affected their growth and health.. The researchers found that endosulfan was more toxic than chlorpyrifos to both species, and tadpoles of both species developed abnormalities ...
Allomyces - Wikipedia
Allomyces anomalus R.Emers. 1941 Allomyces arbusculus E.J.Butler 1911 Allomyces catenoides Sparrow 1964 Allomyces cystogenus R. ... 1941 Allomyces javanicus Kniep 1929 Allomyces macrogynus (R.Emers.) R.Emers. & C.M.Wilson 1954 Allomyces moniliformis Coker & ... Braxton 1926 Allomyces neomoniliformis Indoh 1940 Allomyces reticulatus R. Emers. & J.A.Robertson 1974 Allomyces strangulata ... Allomyces is a genus of chytrid fungi in the family Blastocladiaceae. It was circumscribed by British mycologist Edwin John ...https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allomyces
Allomyces catenoides - Wikipedia
Allomyces catenoides is a species of fungi in the family Blastocladiaceae. It was described by Frederick Kroeber Sparrow in ... "Allomyces catenoides Sparrow, 1964". Catalogue of Life. 27 October 2015. Retrieved 8 November 2015. ...https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Allomyces_catenoides
CELL-FREE PREPARATION OF CARBAPENEMS - GreenLight Biosciences, Inc.
Allomyces spp., Ustilago spp., Botrytis spp., Pectobacterium spp., and Trichoderma spp. In other embodiments, the cell is an ...http://www.freepatentsonline.com/y2017/0096692.html
NHGRI Aims To Sequence Primate Genomes ( The National Human Genome Research Inst...)
Allomyces macrogynus; and Nucleria simplex; and four to be sequenced at low-density genome coverage: Amoebidium parasiticum; ...http://www.bio-medicine.org/medicine-news/NHGRI-Aims-To-Sequence-Primate-Genomes-12570-1/
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Freeze substitution reveals a new model for sporangial cleavage in Phytophthora, a result with implications for cytokinesis in...
Cytokinesis of the binucleate zoosporangia of Allomyces macrogynus.. *Yunjeong Ji, Youngsun Song, +4 authors Chungwon Cho ... Cleavage of cytoplasm within the oligonucleate zoosporangia of allomyces macrogynus.. *Yunjeong Ji, Youngsun Song, +4 authors ...https://www.semanticscholar.org/paper/Freeze-substitution-reveals-a-new-model-for-in-a-in-Hyde-Lancelle/6cc922e33c40d379fc157ef7f654c4384939244d
Examination 3 |Ascomycota
13. In comparing Arachniotus trisporus and Aspergillus amstelodami, it is found that: ~(both produce catenu~e conidia) (the conidia of both are colored) (the conidia of neither are colored) (thet~asci are very different) ~(in both, the asci have a scattered arrangement) (in both, the ascocarp has a firm and well-defined peridium) (both produce chlamydospores) (both produce racquet mycelium) (their natural habitats are similar.) ...https://www.faculty.ucr.edu/~legneref/fungi/mycoexam3.htm
Evolutionary, structural and functional analysis of the caleosin/peroxygenase gene family in the Fungi | Springer for Research ...
For example, in the case of the basal species, Rozella allomyces, three of the five major CLO/PXG motifs appear to be missing ... Next to this clade we find species belonging to the Blastocladiomycota (Allomyces macrogynus and Catenaria anguillulae), ... Allomyces macrogynus (AmaCLO1), Spizellomyces punctatus (SpCLO1), Mitosporidium daphnia (MdCLO1) and Rozella allomycis (RaCLO1) ... Allomyces macrogymus (AmaCLO), Rozella allomycis (RaCLO) were obtained from NCBI (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/) via local ...https://rd.springer.com/article/10.1186%2Fs12864-018-5334-1
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DUF590 protein of Allomyces macrogynus. *1.A.17.2.6. Uncharacterized protein of 569 aas and 8 predicted TMSs. ...http://tcdb.org/search/result.php?tc=1.A.17.6
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DUF590 protein of Allomyces macrogynus. *1.A.17.2.6. Uncharacterized protein of 569 aas and 8 predicted TMSs. ...http://tcdb.org/search/result.php?tc=1.A.17.7
Zeitschrift für Naturforschung C
Notizen:Untersuchungen über Carotinoide in Gametangien und Sporen von Allomyces arbuscula/ Studies on Carotenoids in Gametangia ...https://www.degruyter.com/view/j/znc.1977.32.issue-5-6/issue-files/znc.1977.32.issue-5-6.xml
Types of Fungi (Classification System)
Theres more to fungi than mere mushrooms. Learn about the main types of fungi, get examples of them, and see what they look like.https://www.thoughtco.com/types-of-fungi-4132341
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Molecular identification of fungi microfossils in a Neoproterozoic shale rock | Science Advances
Structure and development of hyphal septa in Allomyces. Am. J. Bot. 72, 1458-1465 (1985).. ...https://advances.sciencemag.org/content/6/4/eaax7599
Home - Maine Chytrid Laboratory - University of Maine
Allomyces, Catenaria, Blastocladiella) to the Blastocladiomycota. The mammalian gut fungi, many of which produce ...https://umaine.edu/chytrids/
Chytridiomycota, Oomycota - The Fifth Kingdom - Chapter 2b
Chytridiomycota - Blastocladiales - zoospore of Allomyces (phase contrast illumination). X 2000. Chytridiomycota - Chytridiales ...http://www.mycolog.com/chapter2b.htm
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The mitochondrial DNA of Allomyces macrogynus: the complete genomic sequence from an ancestral fungus. ...https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed?linkname=pubmed_pubmed&from_uid=8006963
Introduction to the Chytridiomycota
Allomyces in the Devonian. Nature 367:601. Image of Allomyces courtesy Tom Volk at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse. ... Some Devonian forms are parasitic on rhyniophytes and closely resemble the modern genus Allomyces (Blastocladiales), both in ... Allomyces). For more on chytrids:. Visit the Neocallimastix Page, all about an anaerobic chytrid with unusual organelles. You ...https://ucmp.berkeley.edu/fungi/chytrids.html
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Characterization of Allomyces genome.. 1977 M Ojha et al. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta cited 3 times ... Ribosomal RNA cistrons in Allomyces arbuscula.. 1977 M Ojha et al. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta cited 3 times ...http://academic.naver.com/search.naver?field=3&query=Biochimica+et+Biophysica+Acta+478%EA%B6%8C+4%ED%98%B8
Primer -- The Fungi
Pommerville J. Analysis of gamete and zygote motility in Allomyces. Exp Cell Res. 1978;113:161-172. [PubMed] ... Development of Rozella in Allomyces - a single zoospore produced numerous zoosporangia and resistant sporangia. Can J Bot. 1980 ... The significance of meiosis in Allomyces. Science. 1949;110:86-88. [PubMed] ... in Allomyces, female gametes produce a sesquiterpene pheromone, sirenin, that attracts male gametes . In these organsisms, ...http://pubmedcentralcanada.ca/pmcc/articles/PMC2913116/
Spore Dispersal in Fungi
Figure 9: Resistant sporangium of Allomyces arbuscula remains viable when rest of thallus dies off. ...http://www.botany.hawaii.edu/faculty/wong/BOT135/2009/Lecture05/Lect05.htm
2010 - Biochemistry Department - UNIGE
... expression and function of Allomyces arbuscula CDP II (metacaspase) gene. Gene 457 (1-2) 25-34. ...https://www.unige.ch/sciences/biochimie/publications/2010/
Metabolic and ultrastructural aspects of sexual differentiation in Allomyces and Neurospora. J. Indian Bot. Sci., Golden ...http://www.fgsc.net/fgn50/ntetbib50.htm
Systematic and searchable classification of cytochrome P450 proteins encoded by fungal and oomycete genomes | BMC Genomics |...
There are at least two genes for CYP505 in most fungi, while early eukaryotes F. cylindrus and Allomyces macrogynus have 4-5 ... Allomyces macrogynus, and Fragilariopsis cylindrus have two CYP51 genes and no CYP61 genes. This is consistent with the view ...https://bmcgenomics.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/1471-2164-13-525
African Journal of Microbiology Research - articles in press
Abilities of Achyla orion and Allomyces anomalus isolated from some crude oil polluted aquatic environments in Nigeria to ... Abilities of Achyla orion and Allomyces anomalus to degrade petroleum and petroleum products as sole carbon sources ...https://academicjournals.org/in_presses/j_inpress/AJMR