By A. H. & Morris, J. Gareth [eds.] Rose
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They are different from ribosomal proteins of E. coli and chloroplasts and show little reactivity with antisera directed against E. coli ribosomes (Wittmann, 1970). , 1970; Leach and Carr, 1974; Gray and Herson, 1976). Heterologous hybrids made from E. coli 50s and A. nidulans 30s subunits (or the reverse) a r e also functional. Streptomycin inhibition of hybrid ribosomes reflected, as expected, the characteristics of the 30s component (Gray and Herson, 1976). Translation templated (apparently) by endogenous ribosome-bound mRNA was first described by Bazin (1970) for A.
Nidulanr resulted in loss ( t 4 2 to 5 min) of a large fraction (more than fifty per cent) of acid-insoluble material labelled with [3H] uracil during a preceding ten minute pulse. Although this implied that unstable RNA comprised a much larger fraction of total RNA than expected (by analogy with E. coli), Leach and Carr (1974) found a similarly large fraction of pulse-labelled Anabaena variabifis RNA to be 42 W. FORD DOOLITTLE unstable after proflavine addition. 5 per cent of total labelled RNA in this strain was unstable to proflavine, a proportion more than five times higher than that expected for E.
A further chloramphenicol-sensitive but mitomycin C-insensitive cell division event may occur simultaneously with, but is not dependent upon, termination of chromosome replication. Figure 3 (adapted after Mann and Carr, 1977) summarizes these results. Although the model is attractive in its simplicity, it must be remembered that rather different values for C would be derived from the results of Ssymank et al. (1977) and Asato and Folsome ( 1970). 4. The Problem of DNA Contenl + At generation times much longer than C D (60 mins) , cells of E.
Advances in Microbial Physiology, Vol. 20 by A. H. & Morris, J. Gareth [eds.] Rose