Experimental Methods in Biology

Ramesh Maheshwari


Department of Biochemistry Indian Institute of Science Bangalore, India

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Cover Image Left: A rosette of asci of Neurospora crassa from a cross wild type x hH1-GFP. Each ascus contains eight meiotically produced, linearly arranged ascospores. The Neurospora chromosomal protein gene histone H1 has been tagged with a gene from a jellyfish, which encodes a green fluorescent protein that glows bright green under blue light excitation, making it possible to visualize nuclei using a fluorescence microscope. Right: An enlarged view of asci. Photo courtesy of Dr. Namboori B. Raju, Stanford University.

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