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Abstract

SUMMARY: Mutations in 30 Oligosporogenous (Osp) mutants of have been mapped by transduction with phage PBS-1. The sporulation phenotype of these mutants had previously been characterized biochemically and morphologically. The mutations are situated in areas of the genome previously shown to be occupied by asporogenous (Sp) mutations. Data from reciprocal transformation between Osp and Sp mutations of indistinguishable phenotype suggest that one of the Osp mutations and at least one of the Sp mutations may be located within the same gene.

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1972-06-01
2019-10-19
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