The Resource Genetic transformation systems in fungi, Volume 2, Marco A. van den Berg, Karunakaran Maruthachalam, editors

Genetic transformation systems in fungi, Volume 2, Marco A. van den Berg, Karunakaran Maruthachalam, editors

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Genetic transformation systems in fungi, Volume 2
Title
Genetic transformation systems in fungi
Title number
Volume 2
Statement of responsibility
Marco A. van den Berg, Karunakaran Maruthachalam, editors
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Editor
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eng
Summary
Fungi are an economic very important class of microbes. Not only do they host a range of versatile enzymes used in industrial applications (biofuels, laundry, food processing), as well do they produce several very important pharmaceutical drugs (statins and penicillins). Moreover, fungal pathogens can cause great damage in agricultural production (Phytophthora and Botrytis) and during mammalian infections (Penicillium marneffei and Candida). Transformation of DNA is used to understand the genetic basis behind these traits. Several different techniques have been developed over the years and rea
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  • 579/.135
  • 589.20415
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index present
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QK602
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non fiction
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  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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  • Berg, Marco A. van den
  • Maruthachalam, Karunakaran
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Fungal biology
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  • Fungi
  • NATURE
  • Fungi
  • Life Sciences
  • Developmental Biology
  • Plant Genetics & Genomics
  • Systems Biology
  • Plant Breeding/Biotechnology
  • Plant Pathology
  • Botany & plant sciences
  • Life sciences: general issues
  • Plant reproduction & propagation
  • Plant pathology & diseases
  • Developmental biology
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Genetic transformation systems in fungi, Volume 2, Marco A. van den Berg, Karunakaran Maruthachalam, editors
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Includes bibliographical references and index
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text
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Contents
  • Preface; Contents; Contributors; Part I: Endogenous DNA: Cell Fusion; 1: Anastomosis and℗ Heterokaryon Formation; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Vegetative Fusion; 1.2.1 Germling Fusion; 1.2.2 Hyphal Fusion; 1.3 The Role of℗ Hyphal Fusion in℗ Colony Establishment and℗ Development; 1.4 Molecular Basis of℗ Anastomosis Formation; 1.4.1 The SO℗ Protein; 1.4.2 MAP Kinase Signaling; 1.4.3 ROS Signaling; 1.4.4 The STRIPAK Complex; 1.4.5 Calcium; 1.4.6 Other Factors; 1.4.7 Plasma Membrane Merger; 1.5 Applications of℗ Anastomosis Formation and Heterokaryons; 1.5.1 Genetic Analysis
  • 1.5.2 Combination of℗ Strain Features in℗ Heterokaryons1.5.3 Heterokaryon Formation in℗ Biotechnological Applications; 1.6 Conclusion; References; 2: Induction of℗ the℗ Sexual Cycle in℗ Filamentous Ascomycetes; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Sexual Reproduction and℗ Breeding Systems in℗ Filamentous Ascomycete Fungi; 2.2.1 Use of℗ MAT Genes as℗ Diagnostic Tools for℗ Induction of℗ a℗ Sexual Cycle; 2.3 Methods to℗ Induce Sexual Reproduction in℗ Filamentous Fungi; 2.4 Materials; 2.4.1 Solutions; 2.4.2 Agar Media Inducing Sexual Reproduction; 2.5 Methods; 2.5.1 Strain Selection; 2.5.1.1 Identification
  • 2.5.1.2 Origin of℗ Strains2.5.1.3 Strain Typing; 2.5.2 Detection of℗ MAT Genes; 2.5.3 Agar Media; 2.5.4 Incubation Conditions; 2.5.5 Inoculations; 2.5.5.1 Barrage Zone Method; 2.5.5.2 Mixed Culture Method; 2.5.5.3 Fertilization Method; 2.5.6 Single Ascospore Cultures; 2.5.6.1 Direct Isolation; 2.5.6.2 Heat Treatment; 2.5.6.3 Ejected Ascospores; 2.5.6.4 Isolation from℗ Sclerotial Fruiting Bodies; 2.5.7 Analysis of℗ Progeny; 2.6 Utilization of℗ the℗ Sexual Cycle as℗ a℗ Tool for℗ Gene Identification and℗ Manipulation; 2.6.1 Genetics of℗ Traits of℗ Interest and℗ Gene Identification
  • 2.6.2 Gene Manipulation by Sexual Reproduction: Strain Improvement and℗ Gene Complementation2.7 Conclusions and℗ Outlook; References; 3: What Have We℗ Learned by Doing Transformations in℗ Neurospora tetrasperma?; 3.1 Introduction to℗ Neurospora tetrasperma and℗ Comparison with℗ N. crassa; 3.2 An ERG-3 Mutant Enables Transformation of℗ N. tetrasperma; 3.3 Screening for℗ RIP-Defective Mutants in℗ N.℗ tetrasperma; 3.4 Meiotic Silencing by Unpaired DNA in℗ N. tetrasperma; 3.5 Conclusions and℗ Future Prospects; References; Part II: Endogenous DNA: Repetitive Elements
  • 4: Repeat-Induced Point Mutation: A℗ Fungal-Specific, Endogenous Mutagenesis Process4.1 Introduction; 4.1.1 Observations of℗ RIP in℗ Neurospora crassa; 4.1.2 The Taxonomic Range of℗ RIP; 4.1.3 The Molecular Machinery of℗ RIP; 4.1.4 Regional Variability of℗ RIP-℗ƯActivity Across the℗ Fungal Genome; 4.1.5 Variability of℗ RIP-Activity Between Fungal Species and℗ Isolates; 4.2 Rip and℗ Methylation; 4.2.1 5-Methylcytosine DNA-Methylation; 4.2.2 RNA-Directed DNA-Methylation; 4.3 Rip Is Both a℗ Driver and℗ Antagonist of℗ Genome Diversity; 4.3.1 RIP Control of℗ Gene Family Expansion
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Label
Genetic transformation systems in fungi, Volume 2, Marco A. van den Berg, Karunakaran Maruthachalam, editors
Link
https://ezproxy.lib.ou.edu/login?url=http://link.springer.com/10.1007/978-3-319-10503-1
Publication
Copyright
Note
Includes index
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
online resource
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cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Preface; Contents; Contributors; Part I: Endogenous DNA: Cell Fusion; 1: Anastomosis and℗ Heterokaryon Formation; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 Vegetative Fusion; 1.2.1 Germling Fusion; 1.2.2 Hyphal Fusion; 1.3 The Role of℗ Hyphal Fusion in℗ Colony Establishment and℗ Development; 1.4 Molecular Basis of℗ Anastomosis Formation; 1.4.1 The SO℗ Protein; 1.4.2 MAP Kinase Signaling; 1.4.3 ROS Signaling; 1.4.4 The STRIPAK Complex; 1.4.5 Calcium; 1.4.6 Other Factors; 1.4.7 Plasma Membrane Merger; 1.5 Applications of℗ Anastomosis Formation and Heterokaryons; 1.5.1 Genetic Analysis
  • 1.5.2 Combination of℗ Strain Features in℗ Heterokaryons1.5.3 Heterokaryon Formation in℗ Biotechnological Applications; 1.6 Conclusion; References; 2: Induction of℗ the℗ Sexual Cycle in℗ Filamentous Ascomycetes; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Sexual Reproduction and℗ Breeding Systems in℗ Filamentous Ascomycete Fungi; 2.2.1 Use of℗ MAT Genes as℗ Diagnostic Tools for℗ Induction of℗ a℗ Sexual Cycle; 2.3 Methods to℗ Induce Sexual Reproduction in℗ Filamentous Fungi; 2.4 Materials; 2.4.1 Solutions; 2.4.2 Agar Media Inducing Sexual Reproduction; 2.5 Methods; 2.5.1 Strain Selection; 2.5.1.1 Identification
  • 2.5.1.2 Origin of℗ Strains2.5.1.3 Strain Typing; 2.5.2 Detection of℗ MAT Genes; 2.5.3 Agar Media; 2.5.4 Incubation Conditions; 2.5.5 Inoculations; 2.5.5.1 Barrage Zone Method; 2.5.5.2 Mixed Culture Method; 2.5.5.3 Fertilization Method; 2.5.6 Single Ascospore Cultures; 2.5.6.1 Direct Isolation; 2.5.6.2 Heat Treatment; 2.5.6.3 Ejected Ascospores; 2.5.6.4 Isolation from℗ Sclerotial Fruiting Bodies; 2.5.7 Analysis of℗ Progeny; 2.6 Utilization of℗ the℗ Sexual Cycle as℗ a℗ Tool for℗ Gene Identification and℗ Manipulation; 2.6.1 Genetics of℗ Traits of℗ Interest and℗ Gene Identification
  • 2.6.2 Gene Manipulation by Sexual Reproduction: Strain Improvement and℗ Gene Complementation2.7 Conclusions and℗ Outlook; References; 3: What Have We℗ Learned by Doing Transformations in℗ Neurospora tetrasperma?; 3.1 Introduction to℗ Neurospora tetrasperma and℗ Comparison with℗ N. crassa; 3.2 An ERG-3 Mutant Enables Transformation of℗ N. tetrasperma; 3.3 Screening for℗ RIP-Defective Mutants in℗ N.℗ tetrasperma; 3.4 Meiotic Silencing by Unpaired DNA in℗ N. tetrasperma; 3.5 Conclusions and℗ Future Prospects; References; Part II: Endogenous DNA: Repetitive Elements
  • 4: Repeat-Induced Point Mutation: A℗ Fungal-Specific, Endogenous Mutagenesis Process4.1 Introduction; 4.1.1 Observations of℗ RIP in℗ Neurospora crassa; 4.1.2 The Taxonomic Range of℗ RIP; 4.1.3 The Molecular Machinery of℗ RIP; 4.1.4 Regional Variability of℗ RIP-℗ƯActivity Across the℗ Fungal Genome; 4.1.5 Variability of℗ RIP-Activity Between Fungal Species and℗ Isolates; 4.2 Rip and℗ Methylation; 4.2.1 5-Methylcytosine DNA-Methylation; 4.2.2 RNA-Directed DNA-Methylation; 4.3 Rip Is Both a℗ Driver and℗ Antagonist of℗ Genome Diversity; 4.3.1 RIP Control of℗ Gene Family Expansion
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