UC Berkeley research has shown that each of the two strains of the fungus, Neurospora crassa, the green-stained strain and the red-stained strain, only fuse with their own kind. Although they may tough each other, they do not become one, unless they are of the same strain. In this video, black arrows point to meetings between two different strains, and the yellow arrows point to the fusing of two like strains. (N. Louise Glass video)
Panel Discussion: The Zika Virus Outbreak
Marion Lanteri (BSRI), Eva Harris (UC Berkeley), Daphne Ma (Gilead), Lark Coffey (UC Davis), Moderator: Philip Norris(BSRI)
The 6th Annual Bay Area Symposium on Viruses - May 27, 2016
A fond and respectful presentation of the paintings of this recent Shanghai master, whose great potential may have suffered from the over-popularity of some of his paintings. This lecture partakes of the autobiographical, since Cheng Shifa, during his later years, was a good friend of your lecturer.