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summary: Protoplasts of nutritionally complementary strains of were fused and plated onto media which supressed the growth of both parents. The regenerating colonies were used for genetic analysis and were found to be of two types, stable haploid recombinants and unstable heterozygotes (aneuploids and/or diploids). Analysis of these colonies provided evidence for eight linkage groups and a relatively high rate of mitotic crossing-over. The gene order for three of the markers on one linkage group was also determined.

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