monokaryotic

monokaryotic

[-ker′ē·ot′ik]
having a single nucleus.
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Recently, intraspecific hybridization by hyphal fusion of monokaryotic mycelia, derived from basidiospores of P.
Mycelia of isolates showing absence of clamp connections were considered as monokaryotic strains.
Mating types were determined by randomly selecting 12 of the original monokaryotic isolates derived from the same strain.
Molitoris, Enzyme activities of monokaryotic and dikaryotic strains of the marine Basidiomycete Nia vibrissa.
Agrobacterium-mediated transformation of Botrytis cinerea, simple purification of monokaryotic transformants an rapid conidia-based identification of the transfer-DNA host genomic DNA flanking sequences.
The problems in precise discrimination of monokaryotic isolates of edible fungi hindered the breeders to enhance the improvement cycle of mushroom strains in an effective manner.
pulmonarius in addition to those of many other higher Basidiomycetes involves monokaryotic (n) and dikaryotic (n+n) phases.
These mating types are capable of completing a sexual (meiotic) cycle that is either heterosexual (between a and [alpha]) or unisexual (nonclassical union between [alpha] and [alpha] or a and a; also known as monokaryotic fruiting) (21).
solenopsae meiospores are monokaryotic, the 16S rRNA gene is typically present in multiple copies within the genomes of microsporidia, either as tandem repeats (Kawakami et al.
The monokaryotic strain the ectomycorrhizal fungus Hebeloma cylindrosporum (h1) was obtained from single spore germination [13].
Staining with 4',6-diamidino-2-phenylindole showed that cells of CBS 10496 were monokaryotic (Figure 1, panel B).
Our results indicated that CBS10496 is a monokaryotic, diploid, or aneuploid strain with the novel AB serotype.