A recessive circadian clock mutation at the frq locus of Neurospora crassa.

Abstract

A circadian clock mutant of Neurospora crassa, the most distinctive characteristic of which is the complete loss of temperature compensation of its period length, maps to the frq locus where seven other clock mutants have previously been mapped. This mutant, designated frq-9, is recessive to the wild-type allele and to each of the other frq mutants; thus… (More)

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@article{Loros1986ARC, title={A recessive circadian clock mutation at the frq locus of Neurospora crassa.}, author={Jennifer J. Loros and Adam M. Richman and Jerry F. Feldman}, journal={Genetics}, year={1986}, volume={114 4}, pages={1095-110} }