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Abstract

Summary: Reciprocal crosses and repeated backcrosses have shown that the distance of growth before the first mycelium of a population exhibits ‘senescence’ and the rate at which the remaining mycelia exhibit ‘senescence’ are cytoplasmically inherited in several races of A nuclear gene (the plus mating type allele of race S) was found to influence the timing of ‘senescence’ in interracial hybrids carrying the cytoplasmic determinants of race A. Known nuclear genes segregated normally in the interracial crosses employed in the work.

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1973-06-01
2020-01-19
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