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Molecular and General Genetics MGG

, Volume 111, Issue 3, pp 265–272 | Cite as

The incompatibility relationships between geographical races of Podospora anserina

V. Biochemical characterization of heterogenic incompatibility on cellular level
  • Rolf Blaich
  • Karl Esser
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Summary

The physiological action of heterogenic incompatibility between the geographical races s and S, which differ by a single gene and a corresponding cytoplasmic factor, has been studied. Microscopical, cytochemical, and enzymatic investigations have revealed that the cell disintegration occurring after anastomosis of incompatible hyphae under the immediate influence of the cytoplasmic factors leads to a destruction of cellular compartments which is followed by a liberation of catabolic enzymes. These incidents are counteracted by regenerative processes.

Keywords

Enzyme Single Gene Regenerative Process Physiological Action Cellular Compartment 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Rolf Blaich
    • 1
  • Karl Esser
    • 1
  1. 1.Lehrstuhl für Allgemeine BotanikRuhr-Universität BochumBochumGermany

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