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- a fungal hypha with two types of nuclei in an unfused state in the same cells, so that cytologically they are n+n. When the nuclei are from different genetic strains the individual or cell is called a HETEROKARYON.
- a single animal cell with two nuclei, each from a different species, e.g. mouse and man.
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pulmonarius in addition to those of many other higher Basidiomycetes involves monokaryotic (n) and dikaryotic
Germination with phragmobasidia; basidial cells mostly conjugate and develop two large, dikaryotic
conidia or basidial cells develop basidiospores.
Fruiting and growth rate among dikaryotic
progeny of single wild isolates of Schizophyllum commune.
The resulting dikaryotic
mycelium causes systemic infection by growing throughout the plant, and newly diseased flowers appear only after fungal mycelia have grown into developing buds (Fisher and Holton 1957).
isolates of the following mushroom-producing white-rot fungi were obtained from the culture collection of the Center for Forest Mycology Research at the Forest Products Laboratory (USDA Forest Serv.
The determination of dikaryotic
growth-rate in the Basiodiomycete, Schizophyllum commune: a biometrical analysis.