Advances in Protoplast Research: Proceedings of the 5th International Protoplast Symposium, July 9-14, 1979, Szeged, Hungary

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Lajos Ferenczy, Gábor Farkas, G. L. Farkas, Gabriella Lázár
Pergamon Press, 1980 - Cell hybridization - 510 pages

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Contents

Foreword
1
Bacterial protoplasts and their possible use in bacterial
19
Recombination segregation and unequal chromosome expres
29
Transfer of plasmids into bacterial protoplasts
37
Use of spheroplasts to transform yeast with chimeric
43
yeast protoplasts
49
Protoplast fusion a new approach to interspecies
62
Protoplast fusion and the genetical analysis of vegetative
73
Intergeneric transfer of nuclear markers through fusion
307
Transfer of genetic information in higher plants via
315
Fusion of citrus and tobacco protoplasts a new system
321
Ch T Harms J Kochba and I Potrykus pero topnost techni
327
Protoplast fusion to study cytoplasmic traits in
341
Mitochondrial hybridization by fusion of tobacco proto
349
Biochemical and genetic analysis of plants derived from
357
Somatic hybridization following protoplast fusion as a
363

The transfer of mitochondria between species
85
Genetic structure of yeast hybrids constructed by
99
Hybridization of Pichia guizzliermondii by protoplast
113
A study on protoplast fusion and parasexual hybridiza
131
The use of mitochondrial mutants in the isolation of
145
Surface ultrastructure of the yeast protoplast
163
Endogenous lytic enzymes and the yeast cell wall
183
Characterization of hydrolases in protoplasts mycelium
199
The stereology of protoplasts from Aspergillus nidulans
213
Spontaneous and enzymeinduced protoplasts from Ento
229
Plant protoplasts
243
Division of cells regenerated from mesophy 11 proto
261
Advances in plant protoplast research in China
275
Somatic hybridization of Solanum tuberosum L and solanum
293
Interspecific and intergeneric somatic hybridisation
301
Isolation of subprotoplasts for genetic manipulation
377
The physiology of fusion in isolated higher plant
383
DNA transfer experiments with plant protoplasts and
389
Genetic modification of plant cells by transformation
407
The use of plant protoplasts for transformation by
425
Protoplasts as a host cell system for plant viruses
431
Legume root nodule protoplasts
441
The biophysics of protoplast fusion
447
Protoplast as a useful tool for studying plant plasma
457
Labelling and isolation of plasma membrane from higher
463
Microtubules in higher plant cells and protoplasts
469
Chitosomes and the origin of chitin microfibrils
475
Polyamines macromolecular syntheses and the problem
485
Author index
499
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