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The use of saccharomycete yeasts to evaluate genetic effects of systemic fungicides


, : The use of saccharomycete yeasts to evaluate genetic effects of systemic fungicides. Mikologiya i Fitopatologiya 27(1): 60-66

It is considered that the most suitable genetic events for detection of genetically dangerous compounds are induction of direct genetic mutations and mitotic recombinations, mitotic crossing-over and mitotic segregation. It is also known that the frequency of mitotic recombinations is higher than the frequency of gene mutations in yeast cells, which facilitates registration of the former.

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