interrupted mating

interrupted mating

[′in·tə‚rəp·təd ′mād·iŋ]
(genetics)
A technique for mapping bacterial genes by determining the sequence of gene transfer between conjugating bacteria.
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Stocks.--For the interrupted mating experiments, three stocks were used.
Procedures.--A summary of the interrupted mating experiments is presented in the first four columns of table 4.
Perhaps a larger sample size would have shown the effect, which is shown in the interrupted mating experiments (see below).
DT 1 2.32 2.32 5.518 0.0208 Interaction 2 5.56 2.78 6.613 0.002 Error 102 42.882 0.42 In these interrupted mating experiments, the single-mated controls had more sperm than the instant interruptions.
Statistical analysis of the interrupted mating experiments.
The interrupted mating and sterile-male experiments reported here independently lead to the same conclusion: stored sperm are effectively lost by transfer of seminal fluid.
In a previous laboratory study, interrupted mating did not result in decreased progeny production (Gromko et al.