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The unusual Chlamydomonas linkage group XIX-called the uni linkage group for the uni mutants that lack one of the paired flagellae of wild-type cells--has been reported to be physically located exclusively at the basal bodies. To learn whether the structure of genes on this linkage group differs from the structure of nuclear genes in this organism, we(More)
Removal of the anterior pair of flagella from the unicellular green alga Chlamydomonas induces the synchronous regen-eration of new flagella and synthesis of over 150 proteins (1-4). Many of these proteins, for example a-and ß-tubulin and dynein, are localized in the flagellum (2, 5-7). In vitro translation and also hybridization analyses of total(More)
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