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Abstract

In yeast, fuchsin resistance at the mitochondrial level is mainly controlled by a nuclear gene (). Among the sensitive revertants obtained from a resistant strain of , different suppression situations have been analysed. A cytoplasmic control of fuchsin resistance was found in one revertant. In two others, two nuclear suppressors have been identified; one of them was linked to the gene and exhibited a peculiar cis-trans effect.

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