Aspergillus Newsletter, Volume 5

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Mailing List    pages 1-4

Publications         page 5

Current Research Projects         page 5

Preliminary Notes on Current Research

G.J.O. Jansen          page 6
UV-induced intragenic recombination in Aspergillus nidulans.

E. Pees & A. Eldridge           page 7
An improved method for selecting mutants

M.G. Petrelli R. Ricci, & G. Shermonti          page 7
Recombination in the pfp-r region (resistance of P-flourophenylalanine) of Aspergillus nidulans.

G. Morpurgo         page 8
Induction of mitotic crossing-over by means of fluorouracil (FU) and fluorodeoxyuridine (FUDR).

A.T. Bull & B.M. Faulkner         pages 8-9
Mutants of A. nidulans obtained following treatment with 8-azaguanine (8AG).

J.L. de Azedvedo         page 9
The chromosome VIII map of Aspergillus nidulans.

C. Ball & J.L. de Azevedo          page 9
A "fluffy" mutant in Aspergillus nidulans.

B.W. Bainbridge          pages 9-10
The Mechanism of Crinkled Reversion

C.F. Roberts         pages 10-11
Initial stages in galactose metabolism.

E. Kafer-Boothroyd         page 11
Evidence for a pericentric inversion from mitotic crossing over in A. nidulans.

A. Putrament         page 12
Prolonged appearance of adenine-independent revertants in heteroallelic diploids ad9/ad15 of Aspergillus nidulans.

P. Weglenski         page 12
Genetic analysis of proline-1 and proline-3 cistrons in A. nidulans.

Janina Klimczuk        pages 12-13
Spontaneous and induced reversions of meth1 mutant of Aspergillus nidulans.

C. Ball        pages 13-14
Some actions of the acridines on A. nidulans.

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