A Budded Yeast: One or Two?

Ken Howe howe at DARWIN.UCSC.EDU
Mon Apr 1 15:35:38 EST 1996

I guess this depends on what you're looking at.  A budded yeast contains
twice the amount of DNA, but the same amount of everything else as
a fully grown yeast cell.

Ken Howe

On 1 Apr 1996, Hernan Espinoza wrote:

> Date: 1 Apr 96 18:02:22 GMT
> From: Hernan Espinoza <espinoza at cgl.ucsf.edu>
> To: methods at net.bio.net
> Subject: Re: A Budded Yeast: One or Two?
> nc1 at acpub.duke.edu (Namjin Chung) writes:
> >Dear Netters,
> >I am a novice in yeast, and have one simple question.  Is a budded yeast
> >cell counted as one or two?  I am confused when I count cells under
> >microscope.  Thanks in advance, and any comments are welcomed to
> >nc1 at acpub.duke.edu
>         I have always counted them as 1 cell until the have finished
> cytokinesis.  YMMV. -Hernan

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