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Type

The classification of an option contract as either a put or a call.

Type

One of two kinds of option contract. In other words, a type is either a call or a put.
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Analysis of Aspergillus flavus Isolates by Mating Type. The MAT genes were established by a diagnostic polymerase chain reaction (PCR) using primers M1F and M1R for the MAT1-1 gene and M2F and M2R for the MAT1-2 gene [18,19] (see Table 2).
After extraction, gDNA of all the strains was subjected to real time PCR for the amplification of indirect (SSR) and direct markers (frequency clock and mating type a-1 genes) to study genetic variations among the amplified products using Clustal Omega online alignment tool available at https://www.ebi.ac.uk/Tools/msa/ clustalo/.
In Candida albicans , white-opaque switchers are homozygous for mating type. Genetics 2002;162:737-45.
Mating types were determined by randomly selecting 12 of the original monokaryotic isolates derived from the same strain.
where [Y.sub.ijk] is the mean length (or percent survival rate) of replicate k from egg origin i and mating type j, [mu] is an overall constant, [ME.sub.i] is the ME on SL (or survival; and i is P dam, C dam), [MT.sub.j] is the mating type effect on length (or survival; and j is intraspecific crosses, interspecific crosses); [(ME x MT).sub.ij] is the interaction effect between the ME and MT, and [e.sub.ijk] is the random observation error (k = 1, 2, 3).
For every mating type k [member of] T, let p([kappa]; v) denote the conditional probability that a mating of type [kappa] = ([i.sub.1],[i.sub.2]) produces an offspring of genotype v = (i, j) [member of] G.
A deletion in yeast and its bearing on the structure of the mating type locus Genetics 48:1727-1729.
Pheromones are released from yeast cells to signal the mating response with yeast of another mating type. The pheromone [alpha]-factor binds to a cell surface receptor that then activates many proteins within the cell and eventually turns on genes that allow the cells to fuse.
The native agglutinins serve as specific adhesion contacts to fuse yeast cells of opposite mating type during mating.