The highly efficient sex-inducing pheromone system of Volvox

Hallmann A, Godl K, Wenzl S, Sumper M (1998)
Trends Microbiol. 6: 185-189.

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The green alga Volvox is one of the simplest multicellular organisms and is capable of both asexual and sexual reproduction. Sexual development is initiated by a glycoprotein pheromone that acts at a concentration below 10(-16) M. The extracellular matrix (ECM) appears to play a key role in signal amplification: several ECM proteins contain a domain with homology to the sex-inducing pheromone.
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Hallmann A, Godl K, Wenzl S, Sumper M. The highly efficient sex-inducing pheromone system of Volvox. Trends Microbiol. 6. 1998:185-189.
Hallmann, A., Godl, K., Wenzl, S., & Sumper, M. (1998). The highly efficient sex-inducing pheromone system of Volvox. Trends Microbiol. 6, 185-189.
Hallmann, A., Godl, K., Wenzl, S., and Sumper, M. (1998). The highly efficient sex-inducing pheromone system of Volvox. Trends Microbiol. 6, 185-189.
Hallmann, A., et al., 1998. The highly efficient sex-inducing pheromone system of Volvox. Trends Microbiol. 6, , p 185-189.
A. Hallmann, et al., “The highly efficient sex-inducing pheromone system of Volvox”, Trends Microbiol. 6, 1998, pp. 185-189.
Hallmann, A., Godl, K., Wenzl, S., Sumper, M.: The highly efficient sex-inducing pheromone system of Volvox. Trends Microbiol. 6. 185-189 (1998).
Hallmann, Armin, Godl, Klaus, Wenzl, S., and Sumper, Manfred. “The highly efficient sex-inducing pheromone system of Volvox”. Trends Microbiol. 6 (1998): 185-189.
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