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Is senescence subject to fruitbodies?
    #11238943 - 10/13/09 01:38 PM (8 years, 2 months ago)

If I hypothetically do g2g transfer about 4 times (or however number of times for senescence to set in) and then I fruit that batch of jars, if I wanted to clone that particular fruit by just dropping it in a grain jar or an LC, will I experience senescence?  Of course the spores will be fine, but will the actual fruitbody be subject to senescence?


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Re: Is senescence subject to fruitbodies? [Re: fordrew]
    #11238956 - 10/13/09 01:41 PM (8 years, 2 months ago)

I would think so.  Senseace occurs after so many cell divisions.  By cloning and growing the clone you are producing more senseance


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Re: Is senescence subject to fruitbodies? [Re: truskool]
    #11333517 - 10/27/09 08:15 PM (8 years, 1 month ago)

bump, anyone got a clear answer to this?


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Re: Is senescence subject to fruitbodies? [Re: fordrew]
    #11333633 - 10/27/09 08:27 PM (8 years, 1 month ago)

That answer is correct. Senescence refers to an effect of the longevity of the cell line- the number of divisions since mating took place.

This is one of those questions that could be answered with a quick look at the search page or the glossary. That's probably why you had to bump it.


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