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Summary: Gametangial (sex organ) formation in cultures of a British isolate of , mating type A, was induced by simultaneous inoculation with both A and A isolates of Inoculation with the A mating type only was ineffective. Three isolates of were examined: two were polyploid, of which one was probably tetraploid; the third had both diploid and polyploid nuclei.

also produced gametangia when inoculated simultaneously with both A and A types of and The ecological significance of these findings is discussed.

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