The chromosome theory as illustrated by the genetics of neurospora. Outline of the biology of fungi of genetic interest. The induction, isolation and characterization of mutants. Chromosome mapping-meiotic analysus. Genetic analysis based on mitosis. Polyploidy. The gene as a functional unit. The mechanism of genetic exchange and the fine structure of genes. The genetic control of metabolism. The genetic control of macromolecular structure. Systems of regulation of enzyme synthesis. The genetic control of sexual development. Extra-nuclear inheritance.
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Outline of the Biology of Fungi of Genetic Interest
The Induction Isolation and Characterization of Mutants
Chromosome MappingMeiotic Analysis
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Acad adenine alleles amino acid analysis arginine asci ascospores ascus Aspergillus nidulans auxotrophic mutants base-pair Biochem Biol cells cent centromere Chapter chromatids chromosome codon colonies complementation map conidia conversion cross-over crosses crossing-over cytochrome cytoplasmic deficient dehydrogenase dikaryon diploid double mutant effect enzyme exchange factors formation frequency fruit body function fungi gene genetic germination growth haploid heterokaryon heterothallic heterozygous homokaryon homologous homothallic hybrid DNA hyphae induced isolated kinds linkage group loci locus markers mating type meiosis meiotic minimal medium mitochondrial mitotic mutagens mutant sites mutants of Neurospora mycelia mycelium Neurospora crassa nitrate reductase normal nuclear nuclei occur operon pair parental perithecia phenotype Podospora polypeptide chain Proc protein prototrophic pseudo-wild recombination region result revertants Schizophyllum second division segregation segment shown single species spores strains strand structure studies suppressor synthesis synthetase Table tetrads tion tRNA tryp tryptophan Ustilago wild type wild-type yeast