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November 23, 2012

Volume 287Issue 48p40099-40837
Open Access
On The Cover: An image showing the mitochondrial network of mating yeast cells. Haploid yeast cells of different mating types expressing mitochondrial matrixtargeted GFP (mtGFP) or mtBFP were mixed for mating. During yeast mating, mitochondria fuse and are transmitted to the zygote. The image was pseudocolored for visual appeal. Regions in purple indicate areas within the mitochondrial network that have not fused. For details see the article by Chan and McQuibban, pages 40131–40139....
On The Cover: An image showing the mitochondrial network of mating yeast cells. Haploid yeast cells of different mating types expressing mitochondrial matrixtargeted GFP (mtGFP) or mtBFP were mixed for mating. During yeast mating, mitochondria fuse and are transmitted to the zygote. The image was pseudocolored for visual appeal. Regions in purple indicate areas within the mitochondrial network that have not fused. For details see the article by Chan and McQuibban, pages 40131–40139.

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