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Firmly united conjugant pairs of P. caudatum were easily separated by treatment with trypsin, 0.025--1.0 mg/ml in 2 mM phosphate buffer at pH 7.2. Cytological observations showed that pairs separated by this means undergo normal meiosis and subsequent prezygotic divisions. Microspectrophotometric comparisons of G1 micronuclei in the parent with those in clones derived from prematurely separated conjugants indicate usually the same DNA content in both. The stock dm -13, heterozygous for matingpmid:422671 fatcat:as4tbskew5df5eqyhxtqvwdwfa