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Karyogamy

Karyogamy

The fusion of two nuclei.


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Fungal Reproduction

... heterokaryotic cells are dikaryotic cells but not necessarily the other way around. 2. The cells fused the nuclei did not. 3. "Basically, can karyogamy (n + n -> 2n) can be considered the opposite of meiosis (2n -> n + n)?" I am not sure what you mean. Karyogamy does not always ...

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by Cat
Tue Apr 15, 2008 1:55 am
 
Forum: Microbiology
Topic: Fungal Reproduction
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Fungal Reproduction

... dikaryotic mycelium? I am assuming that each + and - mating types are just lying side by side and have not fused together yet? 3. Basically, can karyogamy (n + n -> 2n) can be considered the opposite of meiosis (2n -> n + n)? 4. Lastly, for zygomycetes, would the term zygospore be synonymous ...

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by vertciel
Sun Apr 13, 2008 9:58 pm
 
Forum: Microbiology
Topic: Fungal Reproduction
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