100], a biotin requiring auxotrophic
mutant, derived from a regulatory mutant Micrococcus glutamicus [AB.
0] strains allowed to identify some differential phenotypes, for example, amino acid requirements are not exactly the same for these genetically defined strains and the auxotrophic
phenotype of the [(p)ppGpp.
Karenia brevis is a Auxotrophic
, marine dinoflagellate found in the Gulf of Mexico that generates periodic, if not annual, harmful algal blooms (also known as 'red tides') in certain coastal areas.
mutants are available in Drosophila (e.
K, Enterobacterial MRHA plasmid and its possible Genetic Transformation With Escherichia coli K-12 at auxotrophic
Scientists from Europe, North America, and the Antipodes explore how plants control primary auxotrophic
pathways and pathways in common with the primary pathways in mammalian cells.
1998) with 2% galactose and supplemented with the required auxotrophic
beta]-D-Glucuronidase activity among prototrophic and auxotrophic
variants of Escherichia coli and other Enterobacteriaceae commonly implicated in urinary tract infections.
The resulting plasmid was transformed into CRS5-/-(metallothionein deficient) yeast using auxotrophic
In order to obtain revertants of the os-9 and os-11 loci, both strains were crossed to the auxotrophic
mutant trp-l, and double mutants from each cross were recovered.