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Interaction between mitochondria derived from incompatible black Aspergillus isolates



Interaction between mitochondria derived from incompatible black Aspergillus isolates



Acta Biologica Hungarica 52(2-3): 201-210



As black Aspergillus isolates are highly heterokaryon-incompatible, mitochondrial transmissions were performed by protoplast fusion. Donor strains with oligomycin-resistant mitochondria and sensitive recipient partners of various A. japonicus isolates were applied and the progeny were selected for oligomycin resistance and for recipient nuclear phenotype.

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DOI: 10.1556/ABiol.52.2001.2-3.4


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