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The nucleus of Saccharomyces; a cytological study of a frozen-dried polyploid series.
  • B. Mundkur
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of bacteriology
  • 1 November 1954
Identification of the yeast nucleus, and particularly a resolution of its mitotic cycle, can scarcely be considered to have yielded unanimous agreement. In spite of a voluminous cytologicalExpand
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Mitochondrial Distribution in Saccharomyces
GENETICAL experiments by Ephrussi and co-workers1 have adequately demonstrated the existence of extra-chromosomal factors determining the cytochrome oxidase and succino-dehydrogenase activities ofExpand
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Evidence Excluding Mutations, Polysomy, and Polyploidy as Possible Causes of Non-Mendelian Segregations in Saccharomyces
Tetrad analysis, the direct genetical characterization of the segregation products of meiosis, has frequently revealed the occurrence of ratios differing from the 1:1 gametic segregations implicit inExpand
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Interphase nuclei and cell sizes in a polyploid series of saccharomyces
  • B. Mundkur
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Experientia
  • 15 October 1953
Durch Gefriertrocknung nachAltmann-Gersh wurden zytologische Präparate von einer genetisch geprüften polyploiden Serie von Hefe hergestellt. Die gemessenen Werte für Kern- und Zellgrössen stimmen inExpand
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Irregular segregations in yeast hybrids.
  • B. Mundkur
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Current science
  • 1 March 1950
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Long Term Adaptation to Galactose by Yeast.
  • B. Mundkur
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Genetics
  • 1 September 1952
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AN ANALYSIS OF THE PHENOMENON OF LONG–TERM ADAPTATION TO GALACTOSE BY SACCHAROMYCES
IT HAS LONG been known that Saccharomyces cerevisiae ferments galactose by an adaptive enzyme produced in the cell during the course of a few hours in the absence of cell division. Winge and RobertsExpand
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Morphology and Cytology of Development of the Sex Organs of Phytophthora himalayensis Dastur
1. The morphology and cytology of the sex organs of a new species of Phytophthora, P. himalayensis Dastur, have been studied and compared with those of P. erythroseptica, the only other amphigynousExpand
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The Enigma of Vainayaki
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