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and haploid cells of opposite mating type copulate to produce
Evidence for Mating of the “Asexual” Yeast Candida albicans in a
genetic locus called a mating-type, or MAT, locus. Two features distinguish this locus from other portions of the genome.
Identification of a Diploid Self-sporulating Cycle in the
or a mating-type locus were isolated in addition to haploid progeny.
Identification and Characterization of a Mutation Affecting the
Identification and regulation of a gene required for cell fusion during
We have devised a screen for genes from the yeast Saccharomyces cerevisiae whose cell type or by the mating pheromones. third cell type, an a/a diploid.

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Mating of yeast - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Part A: Yeast Genetics: Background
Aug 19, 2005 Figure 1: Morphology of Yeast Cell Type The ease with which baker's yeast can be maintained as either haploid cells or diploid cells is another .
Budding Yeast
Budding yeast can live with either two genomes (diploid) or one (haploid). In either case, it Haploid cells occur in two different mating types: a or α.
Cell-Type Specification and Mating-Type Conversion in Yeast
There are three different cell types in this unicellular eukaryote: haploid a and α cells, and diploid a/α cells (see Figure 10-54).
Somatic pairing of homologs in budding yeast: existence and
Pairing is present during G1and G2, and in cells arrested at G1 by mating pheromone, but is . Homolog pairing is independent of mating type heterozygosity.

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