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Modelling bistable systems: a new model for meiosis initiation in Saccharomyces cerevisiae and an investigation of the bistable switch of meiotic-mitotic initiation
(Lincoln University, 2014)
Living cells process diverse information received from the environment and make important decisions to undergo cellular processes such as differentiation, cell growth, division and apoptosis. The complex information ...
A nutrient dependant switch explains mutually exclusive existence of meiosis and mitosis initiation in budding yeast
Nutrients from living environment are vital for the survival and growth of any organism. Budding yeast diploid cells decide to grow by mitosis type cell division or decide to create unique, stress resistant spores by meiosis ...