Genetic linkage map for Amylostereum areolatum reveals an association between vegetative growth and sexual and self-recognition.

@article{Nest2009GeneticLM,
  title={Genetic linkage map for Amylostereum areolatum reveals an association between vegetative growth and sexual and self-recognition.},
  author={Magriet A. van der Nest and Bernard Slippers and Emma T Steenkamp and Lieselot De Vos and Kristien Nel Van Zyl and Jan Stenlid and M. J. Wingfield and B. D. Wingfield},
  journal={Fungal genetics and biology : FG & B},
  year={2009},
  volume={46 9},
  pages={632-41}
}
Amylostereum areolatum is a filamentous fungus that grows through tip extension, branching and hyphal fusion. In the homokaryotic phase, the hyphae of different individuals are capable of fusing followed by heterokaryon formation, only if they have dissimilar allelic specificities at their mating-type (mat) loci. In turn, hyphal fusion between heterokaryons persists only when they share the same alleles at all of their heterokaryon incompatibility (het) loci. In this study we present the first… CONTINUE READING

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