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SUMMARY

The biochemical modifications of two yeast strains, and , have been studied during incubation in a sporulation medium. The increases in dry cell weight, protein, carbohydrate and lipid contents, as well as the variation in respiration rate are quite similar for the two strains. Mating type gene control of sporulation is discussed.

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