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Isolation and partial characterization of a strain with complex chromosomal rearrangements in Neurospora crassa
The Japanese Journal of Genetics
A strain, KH 5-7, with complex chromosomal rearrangements was detected by the production of white ascospores. In crosses heterozygous for KH 5-7, 60 to 90% of the ascospores were aborted and about 40% of discharged tetrads were 0:8 (black: white) type. Whereas in homozygous crosses 0 to 10% of the ascospores were aborted. The strain KH 5-7 included an interstitial translocation and a chromosomal break point on the left arm of linkage group (LG) I. The interstitial translocation was suggested todoi:10.1266/jjg.59.267 fatcat:uzeyguu6unbw7ne6yccsjiccuq