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Summary: Post-fusion incompatibility among plasmodia derived from strain 29 is controlled by interactions between alleles at three loci, two of which are linked. A reaction will occur between a plasmodium which is heterozygous or a homozygous dominant at a locus, and one which is a homozygous recessive at the same locus. Depending on genotype with respect to the three loci, incompatibility reactions among plasmodia can be absent, unilateral or bilateral.

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