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By R. Jeewon, K. D. Hyde (auth.), Prof. Dr. Ajit Varma, Prof. Dr. Ralf Oelmüller (eds.)

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1998). 1. 0 g, plus 50 μg/ml kanamycin. 2. 3. 3. Induction agar: induction medium, plus 2% agar. 4. Antibiotics mix: cefotaxime (Sigma, USA) 100 μg/ml, ampicillin (Amresco, USA) 100 μg/ml, tetracyclin (Amresco, USA) 125 μg/ml, hygromycin (Roche, USA) 300 μg/ml. 4 Fungal DAPI Staining and Visualization of GFP Expression Actively growing fungal hyphae from the edges of the colony were collected and transferred on the slides using a sterile needle or the forceps. Using the blunt end of forceps the cover slip was tapped gently to spread the mycelia uniformly.

8S gene that lies in between two internal transcribed spacers (ITS; White et al. 1990). The region that separates the cluster of three genes along the chromosome is called the non-transcribed spacer (NTS) and prior to where the 18S gene is transcribed, there is another small spacer region called the externally transcribed spacer (ETS). Together the ETS and NTS regions comprise the intergeneric spacer region (IGS; Fig. 1). These components are repeated in a tandem array but they evolve as a single unit and vary in length around 3000–4500 base pairs (Mitchell et al.

1990). The region is short and its multicopy nature makes it easy to amplify. It is easily accessible and a large number of sequences are available for comparison. It has a high nucleotide variability, which makes it feasible to estimate genetic distances as well as investigating systematics. 5 Denaturing Gradient Gel Electrophoresis: Applicability, Usefulness and Bias While rDNA has been the most widely used gene for systematics studies, DGGE has been the most useful genetic fingerprinting technique to investigate complex microbial communities from a diversity of environmental samples.

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