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Crosses and isolation of double mutant strains was done as previously described  with the modifications indicated below. A digital camera was used to obtain jpeg images of the resulting colonies using the setup described below. These images could then be converted to numerical arrays of colony areas using an executable Java program (see below). The output files of from this program are suitable to be read and analyzed using a MATLAB toolbox that implements all of our algorithms for the normalization, quality control, scoring, and confidence assessment of E-MAP data. The MATLAB toolbox is available for download at . This download includes a pdf file with detailed instructions for its use.
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We have created and provide an executable Java program that identifies colonies arrayed in grid format and measures the corresponding areas. The output of this program is suitable for use with the MATLAB toolbox described below. The executable program can be downloaded from . This download includes a pdf file containing instructions for the use of the program.
The SPECviewperf 2020 V3.0 benchmark was released on December 9, 2021. It is supported under Microsoft Windows 10 64-bit platforms. Included in this new release are updates to the SOLIDWORKS-07 viewset, and viewsets are now individually downloaded and may be independently installed and removed using the new "Manage Viewsets" utility. Results from SPECviewperf 2020 V3.0 are not comparable to those from previous versions.
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On February 25, 2020, the SPECwpc subcommittee released version 3.0.4 of the SPECworkstation benchmark, enabling certain computational workloads to scale beyond 64 logical processors. The update is available in two forms: as a minor-version patch to the benchmark for those already using SPECworkstation 3.0.3, and as a full benchmark installation. If your already installed version of SPECworkstation is lower than 3.0.3, the full benchmark installation package should be used instead of the patch. Whether you download the full V3.0.4 benchmark or just the patch, you will retain comparability between 3.0.4 and all previous 3.0 versions.
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Maya is an application used to generate 3D assets for use in film, television, games, and commercials. The software was initially released for the IRIX operating system. However, this support was discontinued in August 2006 after the release of version 6.5. Maya was available in both "Complete" and "Unlimited" editions until August 2008, when it was turned into a single suite.
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Autodesk Maya 2008, a popular and impressive application that can be used to create amazing animations and environments, is very popular. This application is designed for professionals. It requires some knowledge and skills. Autodesk Maya 2017 is also available for free download at aEUR Maya(r), a Maya software, allows you to create 3D objects and scenes using intuitive modeling tools.
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The crinipelloid genera Crinipellis and Moniliophthora (Agaricales, Marasmiaceae) are characterized by basidiomes that produce long, dextrinoid, hair-like elements on the pileus surface. Historically, most species are believed to be saprotrophic or, rarely, parasitic on plant hosts. The primary morphological diagnostic characters that separate Crinipellis and Moniliophthora are pliant vs. stiff (Crinipellis) stipes and a tendency toward production of reddish pigments (ranging from violet to orange) in the basidiome in Moniliophthora. Additionally, most species of Moniliophthora appear to have a biotrophic habit, while those of Crinipellis are predominantly saprotrophic. Recently, several new neotropical collections prompted a morphological and phylogenetic analysis of this group. Herein, we propose a new species and two new combinations: Moniliophthora mayarumsp. nov., described from Belize, is characterized by its larger pileus and narrower basidiospores relative to other related species; Moniliophthora ticoicomb. nov. (= Crinipellis ticoi) is recollected and redescribed from biotrophic collections from northern Argentina; and M. brasiliensiscomb. nov. (= Crinipellis brasiliensis), a parasite of Heteropterys acutifolia. The addition of these three parasitic species into Moniliophthora support a hypothesis of a primarily biotrophic/parasitic habit within this genus.
Recent collecting efforts in northern Argentina and within the Mayan Mountains of Belize included two crinipelloid species. One, an orange fungus fruiting copiously from living roots and trunks of three different species of living trees in Argentina was identified as Crinipellis ticoi. The other, an orange fungus fruiting gregariously on a dead root in Belize was determined to represent a new species of Moniliophthora. Herein we provide updated descriptions, as well as phylogenetic analyses supporting the placement of these and one other former species of Crinipellis within Moniliophthora as: M. ticoi comb. nov., M. brasiliensis comb. nov., and M. mayarum sp. nov., bringing the total number of known species of Moniliophthora to 11.
The newly sequenced material (M. mayarum and M. ticoi) are strongly supported as members of Moniliophthora, as is C. brasiliensis based on previously sequenced material (Arruda et al. 2005) (Fig. 1). The collected material in Argentina shared 100% identity with the type specimen of Crinipellis ticoi, collected and described from Bolivia.
Few previously described Crinipellis and Moniliophthora species share the striking bright orange coloration of M. mayarum. This taxon most closely resembles M. aurantiaca Kropp & Albee-Scott described from the South Pacific island of Samoa, Crinipellis hygrocyboides (Henn.) Singer (= Marasmius hygrocyboides Henn.) described by Hennings from Africa, and M. ticoi (Halling) Niveiro, Ramírez, Lodge & Aime described from South America. Our phylogenetic analysis places M. mayarum as a sister species to M. ticoi-the other Neotropical species in this complex.