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Fungal Protoplast A Biotechnological Tool by D. Lalithakumari

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Published by Science Publishers .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Microbial physiology,
  • Mycology, fungi (non-medical),
  • Fungal Biotechnology,
  • Science,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Biotechnology,
  • Fungal protoplasts,
  • Fungi

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages184
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL12243888M
ISBN 101578080932
ISBN 109781578080939

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Until now, information on fungal protoplasts has been scattered throughout various sources. With authoritative reviews of protoplast isolation and applications in fungal biology research, Fungal Protoplasts: Applications in Biochemistry and Genetics is the first volume devoted to a major area in experimental mycology-fungal protoplasts.   Fungal Protoplast: A Biotechnological Tool Paperback – January 9, by D Lalithakumari (Author) › Visit Amazon's D Lalithakumari Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author? Learn about Author Central. D Cited by: Book Description A detailed collection of the results obtained during the long history of the fungal protoplast work that has been published for different species. This overview is supplemented with research work into the improvement of biocontrol agents, carried out by the authors. Fungal Protoplasts: Applications in Biochemistry and Genetics (Mycology) (Volume 6) by J. Peberdy and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at

Synopsis Until now, information on fungal protoplasts has been scattered throughout various sources. With authoritative reviews of protoplast isolation and applications in fungal biology research, Fungal Protoplasts: Applications in Biochemistry and Genetics is the first volume devoted to a major area in experimental mycology-fungal n by 18 pioneering experts, this unmatched.   Until now, information on fungal protoplasts has been scattered throughout various sources. With authoritative reviews of protoplast isolation and applicationsBook Edition: 1st Edition. Until now, information on fungal protoplasts has been scattered throughout various sources. With authoritative reviews of protoplast isolation and applications in fungal biology research, Fungal Protoplasts: Applications in Biochemistry and Genetics is the first volume devoted to a major area in experimental mycology-fungal n by 18 pioneering experts, this unmatched. Preparation and release of protoplasts from fungal cells Criteria used to define the fungal protoplast are based on those proposed by Brenner et al. 18 for bacterial protoplasts. The most important of these is the complete absence of cell wall from the protoplasts which have a .

Although the literature describes several recipes for obtaining protoplasts from different fungal species, and the availability of several commercial enzymes has facilitated the release of protoplasts, each fungus or fungal group will usually require its own specific conditions [ 12 ]. The role of the protoplast membrane in all living cells is to act as a barrier separating the cell contents from the external environment. The polyene macrolide DOI link for Fungal Protoplasts. Fungal Protoplasts book. Applications in Biochemistry and Genetics. Fungal Protoplasts. DOI link for Fungal . Ferenczy L () Fungal protoplast fusion: basic and applied aspects. In: Beers RE, Bassett EG (eds) Cell fusion: gene transfer and transformation. Raven Press, New York, pp – Google Scholar. A protoplast can also be fused with an enucleated (without nucleus) protoplast to generate a cybrid or cytoplast (cytoplasmic hybrids), a process known as hybridization.. A protoplast can resynthesize the cell wall, undergo repeated mitotic division, produce the daughter cells and eventually regenerate the entire plant, under suitable conditions.