Effect of KinA induction on sporulation and spore revival of the Pald Ald-mCherry reporter strain

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Effect of KinA induction on sporulation and spore revival of the Pald Ald-mCherry reporter strain
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2017
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Left: KinA was induced at t=0 resulting in accelerated sporulation. All KinA-induced spores are highly fluorescent and most are capable of outgrowth in response to L-alanine. Right: The induction of KinA was delayed (t=20h) and induced in the progenitor cells of late spores. While the highly fluorescent early spores grew out none of the resulting lowly fluorescent, late but KinA-induced spores grew out. This shows that KinA induction does not alter the spore properties per se.
Keywords Phenotypic memory phenotypic heterogeneity heterochronicity starvation sporulation germination outgrowth phosphorelay kinA quality versus quantity tradeoff network complexity complex phenotypes carry-over
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