Date: 10 Feb 2004
Global nutritional profiling for mutant and chemical mode-of-action analysis in filamentous fungi
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Funct Integr Genomics (2003) 3:160–170
Fig. 3 and Fig. 7 should have been printed in color. Due to a technical error they were printed in black and white.Fig. 3.
Nutrient utilization analysis of several nitrogen-containing compounds by Aspergillus nidulans wild-type strain A (black) and strains with: A areA-102 (strain M, orange) or areA-30 alleles (strain K, blue; strain Z, green) or B areAr-366 (strain R, green), areAr-600 (strain E, blue), and areA-1900 alleles (strain S, orange)Fig. 7A–E.
Comparative analysis of carbon compound utilization. A Hierarchical clustering of Aspergillus nidulans strain 2158 compared to: B A. nidulans strain FGSC A28, C Aspergillus fumigatus, D Magnaporthe grisea, and E Mycosphaerella graminicola in the presence of increasing concentrations of allyl alcohol (concentrations listed in Materials and methods). Each square represents a single carbon compound and the growth level is indicated by the intensity of red color. * indicates dextrin (compound 14). The ...
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- Global nutritional profiling for mutant and chemical mode-of-action analysis in filamentous fungi
Functional & Integrative Genomics
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