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A genetically determined malfunction of energy conservation reduces assimilation of substrate to half or less its normal level while leaving oxidative processes apparently unchanged. This metabolic defect, which differs in many ways from any previously described, is related to the function of the B incompatibility factor and occurs both in the common A… (More)
Knowledge of the structure and function of a complex gene regulating sexual development in the mushroom, Schizophyllum commune, has come from the analysis of various mutations in a chromosomal region known as the Bbeta incompatibility gene. This gene is one of two linked genes, Balpha and Bbeta, that together comprise the B factor which regulates a… (More)
A single gene, fis(+), is essential for induced haploid fruiting in Schizophyllum commune. It appears to segregate independently of the incompatibility factors.
A dominant gene, dik(+), has been identified as responsible for the establishment of the dikaryon in the basidiomycetous fungus Schizophyllum commune. Interaction between compatible homokaryons, both of which carry the recessive allele dik, leads to the formation of a diploid mycelium that closely resembles the homokaryon in morphology.