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SUPPRESSION OF THE KILLER PHENOTYPE IN USTILAGO MAYDIS
Nineteen sensitive cell lines of U. maydis were crossed with three killer strains and sample progenies were screened for killer segregation patterns. Crosses involving 11 lines gave killer frequencies ranging from 71%-100% of the progeny and 4:0 segregations in tetrads. Segregations in some crosses involving each of the remaining 8 lines gave killer frequencies from 0%-58% and mixed tetrads containing both non-killer and killer meiotic products. Many of the killers were unstable on furtherdoi:10.1093/genetics/82.4.629 fatcat:th26x65lhvclxg3qd7tsxfhfvq