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Toxin X is released only in mature spores of a single fungus and only when both alleles at a single locus are present. The toxin is never observed when the alleles are together in hyphae or modified hyphae. What division is the fungus found in?
You have been provided with a set of plates of fungi isolated from a diseased leaf, one Chytridiomycota, one Zygomycota, one Ascomycota and one Basidiomycota. The signs of infection indicate that the disease has been caused by a member of Ascomycota which does not form a sexual stage easily. What features would you look for in your isolates to indicate if the target fungus was present?
Which tree is more advanced: deciduous or coniferous?
What is botanical garden?
What specific mechanism regulates cyclic vs noncyclic electron transfer during light reactions of photosynthesis?
which plant has less number of genes and which has large number?
Describe the unusual stamens in many members of the Ericaceae. What two corolla shapes are typical of the family?
Differentiate between c3 and c4 plants.
How to conduct sampling of soil microbes?
Do plants benefit from incandescent lighting?
what gives the Myriophyllum tuberculatum its colour?
What effect does sucrose have on Trichophyton rubrum?
Since mistletoe is parasitic, could plasmodesmata be present between mistletoe and its host?
what is the importance of the medicinal plant morinda elliptica?
What is pure botany? What is applied botany?