karyon

NOUN
  1. a part of the cell containing DNA and RNA and responsible for growth and reproduction
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How To Use karyon In A Sentence

  • The resulting dikaryons were cultured on slant medium to test for fruiting phenotypes.
  • The specific heterodikaryon complementation results allowed us to allocate a 37-year-old female patient with xeroderma pigmentosum to complementation group G of rare incidence.
  • Eventually, the dikaryon forms sexual sporangia in which the nuclei fuse into one, which then undergoes meiosis to form haploid spores, and the cycle is repeated.
  • From this dikaryon, the two progenitor haploid genomes were recovered by protoplast formation and regeneration.
  • The characters of parents, such as morphology of colony, growth rate of mycelium and auxotroph, were maintained in protoplasted monokaryon.
  • Protein dynamics in the karyon is important to the nuclear architecture and gene regulation, however, the detail mechanism is still unknown and expected to further study.
  • Single-spore isolates were paired with their respective compatible mating types from the progenitor to establish progeny dikaryons.
  • Most strains of the single spore isolated from the same fruit body are identical with their parental heterokaryon in AFLP fingerprints.
  • Just a clarification: Both bacteria and archaeons are prokaryotes, so named because they lack the nucleus ( "karyon") that characterizes eukaryotes. Another Big Example of Reductive Evolution?
  • In the later experiment according to the problem of karyon segmentation, a photon propagation model is established, and segmentation works have been done on both artifact and real cell image.
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