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A descriptive term for Saccharomyces cerevisiae yeast forms inhibited in cell division by an alpha factor in the culture medium; in contrast, alpha yeast forms of S cerevisae are not inhibited in cell division when exposed to alpha factor, due to a non-random gene rearrangement that allows yeast to change from ‘male’ to ‘female’ mating phenotypes
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No other Capp adventure may sum up this combination better than the Shmoo, a story arch that paralleled the transforming parody of the 1950s from innocent to the full-out satirical.
For a comic strip, the story of the Shmoo was quite complex.
Capp said the Shmoo represented the earth in all its richness.
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Much of the understanding of the growth process in economics has essentially been based on models of accumulating Samuelsonian shmoo along equilibrium growth paths.