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The effect of the mating-type alleles on intragenic recombination in yeast

The effect of the mating-type alleles on intragenic recombination in yeast

Genetics 59(1): 33-36

Diploid yeast cells that are in-capable of sporulation because they are homozygous for the mating-type alleles a and a show a marked reduction in UV-induced intragenic recombination in comparison with cells that are heterozygous a a and capable of sporulation. Cells that are a [alpha]but are incapable of sporulation because they are respiratory-deficient, are normal in their response to UV light.

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