Advances in Genetics, Vol. 19 by E.W. Caspari (Ed.)

By E.W. Caspari (Ed.)

This quantity in a sequence on genetics, emphasizes the range of genetic reviews. Articles conceal the filamentous fungus neurospora, biogenesis of yeast ribosomes, evolutionary genetics of fish, drosophila transposable parts and the dropophila gene zeste.

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By E.W. Caspari (Ed.)

This quantity in a sequence on genetics, emphasizes the range of genetic reviews. Articles conceal the filamentous fungus neurospora, biogenesis of yeast ribosomes, evolutionary genetics of fish, drosophila transposable parts and the dropophila gene zeste.

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While previously no markers close to any other centromeres were known so that the centromere distances computed from unordered tetrads were, by necessity, very approximate (Strickland, 1958) markers very close to their centromeres have now been identified in both arms of groups 11, 111, and IV, and new potentially linked ones have become known also for all other groups (Fig. 15; Clutterbuck, 1974). , in heterochromatic content, that affect meiotic crossing over as well as nondisjunction, have been observed in several organisms (in maize, by Ward, 1973; or in Drosophila, by Carpenter and Sandler, 1974).

3 %) 869 1. I % (8/715) (2%) 1 . 3%) % (Fraction) (46 incl. N)4 221 1 . 5 % (3/196) 13% (190/1483) Suppressed Yellow ( y A / y A ) (67 incl. N). 283 1 . 2%) 896 12% (48/339) 4 . 5%) 867 ”Mixed” (proAll) Selected fpaA/fpaA (Fraction) (Nondisjunctionals %) (19 incl. N). 2 . 1 % (6/281) 136 11 % (63/597) 2 . 6 % (13/478) 871 1 . 5%) % Yellow -’% -10% (43 incl. N). 238 ~ . 5%) a suA pro/++ diploids homozygous for yA and adE, were used t o select suA/suA types, among which pro crossovers could not be distinguished from nondisjunctionals (N).

7 3 151 16 200 12% 25 33 9% 12% i2 > 10 > 4% (max. 9%) > 167 > 60% 285 TABLE 15 Relative Frequencies of Recovery of the Three Homologs a, b, or c in Haploids from Triploid No. 2300 a F! + r3 No. from CM So 64 14b 33 19 34 30 22 34 41 lga 26 36 26 24 46 6" 34 33 26 27 29 (1) 23 llb (22) No. from 68c 1 2 24 24 23 48 Oc 23 27 15. 29 29 22 20 37 10 33 28 18 25 21 (8) 21 9' (12) C M pfp Total No. 25 Homolog with reduced recovery. 99 * Small chartreuse or haploid green color segments are difficult to detect in the light green heterozygous triploid.

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