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polymerase chain reaction

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Polymerase Chain Reaction - Xeroxing DNA
... Polymerase Chain Reaction - Xeroxing DNA Polymerase Chain Reaction - Xeroxing DNA Excerpted from National Center for Human Genome Research, National Institutes of Health. "New ... of the primer sequence, and DNA polymerase. The polymerase is the Taq polymerase, named for Thermus aquaticus, from which it was isolated. The three parts of the polymerase chain reaction are carried out in the same ...
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2- Virology and Mycoplasma:
... established to detect Gemini viruses such as Tomato Yellow Leaf Curl Virus (TYLCV) using the Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) technique and DNA hybridization. Considerable achievements have occurred rapidly in this area. The citrus ...
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Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology, Volume 26, Number 3, September 2004
... / Résumé Biochemistry and cell biology / Biochimie et biologie cellulaire Development of a multiplex classical polymerase chain reaction technique for detection of Didymella bryoniae in infected cucumber tissues and greenhouse air samples C ...
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Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology, Volume 23, Number 1, March 2001
... mallow, Malva pusilla Paul H. Goodwin Pages 28-35 Abstract Gene tagging systems for polymerase chain reaction based monitoring of bacteria released for biological control of weeds N.W. Schaad, W. ... -46 Abstract Use of a monoclonal antibody and genomic fingerprinting by repetitive-sequence-based polymerase chain reaction to identify Xanthomonas populi pathovars J.G. McDonald and E. Wong Pages 47-51 ...
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Achievements in and future prospects for molecular diagnostics of plant-parasitic nematodes
... nematodes and fundamental research concerning the pathogenicity of these pests have been revolutionized by the polymerase chain reaction. Molecular diagnostics based on sequence divergence between recognized taxa is now well established as a ...
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On-Line Glossary: P
... only plants within a certain genus or species. See pathotype. (2) PCR. See polymerase chain reaction. pellet. The material concentrated at the bottom of a centrifuge tube after centrifugation. (10 ... ) polyetic. Of plant disease epidemics: Continuing from one growing season to the next. (3) polymerase chain reaction. The selective amplification of DNA by repeated cycles of (a) heat denaturation of ...
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Incidence and molecular detection of yellows-type disease in carrots, associated with leafhoppers in southern Manitoba, Canada
... visual symptoms and on bioassays of leafhopper populations. In the present study, techniques based on polymerase chain reaction (PCR) were adapted for the examination of insect and carrot tissues. A more accurate determination ...
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Almond witches'-broom phytoplasma: a potential threat to almond, peach, and nectarine
... production areas. Using universal primers, nested polymerase chain reaction is normally required for detection; however, the new primers described here allow efficient detection from the first run of polymerase chain reaction. Key words: phytoplasma, almond witche ...
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Molecular methods for detection of plant pathogens-What is the future?
... -336 Abstract: Monoclonal antibodies, enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay and DNA-based technologies such as the polymerase chain reaction have been the basis for molecular detection in modern plant pathology. Genomics and biosystematics research ...
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Lab Manual Exercise #2
... toothpick. The DNA in the nuclei of these cells is amplified using the PCR technique (polymerase chain reaction). If present, the SRY gene will show up as a unique banding pattern by electrophoresis ...
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