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#For my project I have chosen to explore the intriguing last sentence of the ter Schure paper:  ''"If the ammonia concentration is the regulator, this may imply that S. cerevisiae has an ammonia sensor which could be a two-component sensing system for nitrogen, as has been found in gram-negative bacteria (4)."''
#For my project I have chosen to explore the intriguing last sentence of the ter Schure paper:  ''"If the ammonia concentration is the regulator, this may imply that S. cerevisiae has an ammonia sensor which could be a two-component sensing system for nitrogen, as has been found in gram-negative bacteria (4)."''
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#I have found a paper that discusses how yeast sense extracellular nutrients:   
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#I have found a paper that discusses how yeast sense extracellular nutrients
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#*[http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs002940100244?LI=true Sensors of extracellular nutrients in ''Saccharomyces cerevisiae'']
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#I found two math papers that discuss the Monod growth model. One discusses the parameters, the other makes modifications to it.  I am hoping the discussions will provide inspiration as I try to reason my way to the modifications necessary for my own model.
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#*[http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11538-007-9254-5 Monod's bacterial growth model revisited]
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#*[http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11538-007-9254-5 A Simple Unforced Oscillatory Growth Model in the Chemostat]

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Elizabeth Polidan

BIOL 398.03 / MATH 388

  • Loyola Marymount University
  • Los Angeles, CA, USA

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  1. For my project I have chosen to explore the intriguing last sentence of the ter Schure paper: "If the ammonia concentration is the regulator, this may imply that S. cerevisiae has an ammonia sensor which could be a two-component sensing system for nitrogen, as has been found in gram-negative bacteria (4)."
  2. I have found a paper that discusses how yeast sense extracellular nutrients
  3. I found two math papers that discuss the Monod growth model. One discusses the parameters, the other makes modifications to it. I am hoping the discussions will provide inspiration as I try to reason my way to the modifications necessary for my own model.
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