List of articles in Neurospora Newsletter (1-32), arranged alphabetically by first author

1 Afanasieva, T.P., S.Yu. Filippovich and M.S. Kritsky 1984. 31:19. An increase of NAD+ kinase activity in Neurospora cells during adaptation to environmental stress.

2 Agsteribbe, E. 1979. 26:19. Protoplasts from Neurospora crassa.

3 Ahmad, M. 1962. 1:7. A quick method of obtaining double mutants and heterocaryon compatible isolates from mutants derived from foreign stocks.

4 Ahmad, M. 1964. 6:5. A study of the lys-3 locus in Neurospora crassa.

5 Ahmad, M., A. Das, M.R. Khan, and M.N. Huda 1967. 11:19. Improving fertility in crosses of N. crassa lys-5 mutants.

6 Ahmad, M. and S. Hoque 1980. 27:34. A more precise mapping of trp-5 in Neurospora crassa.

7 Ahmad, M. and S.H. Mirdha 1968. 13:22. Linkage data for four linkage group III markers in Neurospora crassa.

8 Ahmad, M. and A. Rahman 1969. 15:11. Use of mammalian sex hormones to improve fertility in crosses.

9 Aiuto, R. 1966. 9:17. A rapid method for obtaining linkage group IV double mutant stocks.

10 Aiuto, R. 1966. 10:16. Intergenic mapping by a sorbose selection technique.

11 Aiuto, R., L. MacPhail and C.A. Hall 1973. 20:15. Differential revertibility of me-1 alleles.

12 Aiuto, R. and A.S. Sussman 1976. 23:15. Growth inhibition of Neurospora by DMSO.

13 Al-Saqur, A. 1975. 22:6. Effects of anti-fungal agents on growth of Neurospora.

14 Al-Saqur, A.M. and F.A. Sa`ed 1982. 29:22. Growth rate comparison of drug resistance strains of Neurospora species.

15 Al-Saqur, A. and B.R. Smith 1980. 27:16. Resistance to surface active drugs of wild type strains and newly isolated mutants of Neurospora crassa.

16 Al-Saqur, A. and B.R. Smith 1980. 27:17. Surfactant resistance in natural Neurospora populations.

17 Alberghina, F.A.M. and E. Martegani 1977. 24:10. Modeling Neurospora growth.

18 Alberghina, F.A.M. and E. Sturani 1971. 18:9. RNA content and growth rate in Neurospora crassa mycelium.

19 Alberghina, F.A.M. and E. Sturani 1973. 20:15. Inhibition of ribosomal RNA synthesis without accumulation of guanosinetetraphosphate.

20 Allison, M. 1967. 12:12. A method for detection of suppressor genes closely linked to the suppressed locus.

21 Anagnostakis, S.L. 1980. 27:36. Notes on the genetics of Endothia parasitica.

22 Applegate, P.J., R.E. Nelson and R.L. Metzenberg 1978. 25:17. Mutant enrichment by filtration concentration: a variation for the selection of temperature-conditional heterocaryons.

23 Aradi, J., M. Schablik, A. Zsindely, A. Kiss, P. Elodi and G. Szabo 1977. 24:3. Factors affecting DNA uptake by Neurospora crassa.

24 Aradi, J., A. Zsindely, A. Kiss and M. Schablik 1980. 27:27. Purification of Neurospora myo-inositol-1-phosphate synthase by affinity chromatography.

25 Ardizzi, J.P. and A.M. Srb 1981. 28:6. "E-like" ascospore excision mutants in Neurospora tetrasperma resistant to either p-DL-fluorophenylalanine or methyl benzimidazol-1-yl carbamate.

26 Auerbach, C., B.J. Kilbey and G. Kølmark 1962. 2:4. Response of two loci to interaction treatment.

27 Auerbach, C., B.J. Kilbey and G. Kølmark 1962. 2:4. Differences in dose-effect curves for UV-induced reverse mutations at two different loci.

28 Aurich, H. 1965. 8:11. Analysis of free proteinogenic intracellular amino acids of Neurospora by ion exchange chromatography.

29 Aurich, H. and J. Hofmann 1970. 16:12. Effect of pyridoxal deficiency on biotin content of N. sitophila.

30 Baer, D. and P. St. Lawrence 1964. 6:5. Autoradiographic determination of the location of radioactivity in asci grown on some tritiated pyrimidines.

31 Baker, N. 1969. 15:13. Growth of N. crassa conidia and mycelium on a single medium.

32 Bakerspigel, A. 1962. 1:7. Further observations on the vegetative nuclei of Neurospora crassa.

33 Bakerspigel, A. 1962. 2:16. Further observations on the vegetative nuclei of Neurospora crassa.

34 Bakerspigel, A. 1969. 14:5. Migrating and dividing nuclei in somatic cells of Neurospora.

35 Barnett, W.E., C.J. Wust, A.G. DeBusk and D. Frazier 1963. 3:7. Isolation of high molecular weight DNA from Neurospora.

36 Barnett, W.E. and F.J. de Serres 1962. 1:4. Modification of EMS-induced reversion frequencies in Neurospora with enriched media.

37 Barratt, R.W. 1962. 2:24. Origin of important wild type stocks of N. crassa

38 Barratt, R.W. 1964. 6:6. Viability of microconidia.

39 Barratt, R.W. 1966. 10:15. Growth of Neurospora.

40 Barratt, R.W. 1966. 10:33. Neurospora as a laboratory contaminant.

41 Barratt, R.W. 1967. 12:11. Further notes on nomenclature: extrachromosomal mutants.

42 Barratt, R.W. 1969. 14:13. Further notes on nomenclature: suppressors.

43 Barratt, R.W. and W.N. Ogata 1964. 6:7. Effect of nitrogen source and pH on the growth of a glutamine requiring strain (glm).

44 Barratt, R.W. and W.N. Ogata 1967. 12:12. A method for scoring [mi-1] and [mi-1]f in growth tubes.

45 Barratt, R.W. and W.N. Ogata 1969. 15:12. Growth conditions for [abn-1] and [abn-2] in liquid media.

46 Barratt, R.W. and D.D. Perkins 1965. 8:23. Neurospora genetic nomenclature.

47 Barratt, R.W. and A. Radford 1969. 14:27. Genetic markers, linkage groups, and enzymes in Neurospora crassa.

48 Barratt, R.W. and A. Radford 1970. 16:19. Genetic markers, linkage groups and enzymes in Neurospora crassa - Supplement 1.

49 Barratt, R.W. and P. St. Lawrence 1969. 15:15. Antimetabolite inhibition of mod-5.

50 Barry, E.G. 1966. 10:12. Cytological techniques for meiotic chromosomes in Neurospora.

51 Barry, E.G., D. Newmeyer, D.D. Perkins and B.C. Turner 1972. 19:17. Genetically determined round ascospores in N. crassa

52 Basl, M. and A.M. Srb 1978. 25:13. Procedure for preparing induvidual asci of Neurospora for electron microscopy.

53 Bates, W.K. 1969. 14:11. Glycerol as carbon source for induction studies in Neurospora.

54 Bates, W.K., R.S. Beck and B.M. Eberhart 1967. 12:16. Extraction of mycelial protein: some specific comparisons.

55 Bates, W.K. and D.O. Woodward 1967. 12:11. Origin of the "accelerated growth on lactose" ("AGL") trait.

56 Baylis, J.R. 1977. 24:10. Failure to induce mutations in Neurospora with amino acid analogs.

57 Baylis, J.R. and A.G. DeBusk 1965. 7:7. Notes on the use of microconidiating strains in mutation experiments.

58 Baylis, J.R. and A.G. DeBusk 1965. 7:8. Actidione resistance: a forward mutation technique and its application for mosaic analysis.

59 Baylis, J.R. and A.G. DeBusk 1967. 11:9. Estimation of the frequency of multinucleate conidia in microconidiating strains.

60 Beadle, G.W. 1973. 20:13. Comments on Bernard O. Dodge.

61 Beever, R.E. 1973. 20:15. Pyruvate carboxylase and N. crassa suc mutants.

62 Belcour, L. 1976. 23:26. Loss of a cytoplasmic determinant through formation of protoplasts in Podospora.

63 Belcour, L., O. Begel, F. Duchiron and P. Lecomte 1978. 25:26. Four mitochondrial loci in Podospora anserina.

64 Belozerskaya, T.A., S.S. Burikhanov, E.K. Chernyshova, M.S. Kritsky and N.P. Lvov 1982. 29:14. Does nitrate reductase play a key role in photoinduction of carotenoid synthesis in Neurospora crassa?

65 Berliner, M.D. and P.W. Neurath 1965. 7:9. Use of lexan petri-type long dishes instead of growth tubes for "clock" mutants.

66 Bertrand, H. and T.H. Pittenger 1969. 14:6. Cytochrome spectra of three cytoplasmic mutants.

67 Bertrand, H. and T.H. Pittenger 1969. 14:20. An improved method for the determination of mitochondrial cytochromes.

68 Beske, J.L. and R.L. Phillips 1968. 13:19. Preliminary mapping of nineteen new translocations with the alcoy multiple translocation tester strain.

69 Bhagwat, A.S. 1977. 24:5. Protein synthesis during growth in Neurospora crassa.

70 Bhagwat, A.S. and P.V. Sane 1975. 22:3. Stimulation of macromolecular synthesis by ascorbate in Neurospora.

71 Bhattacharya, L. and J.F. Feldman, J. 1971. 18:11. A rapid screening procedure for female-sterile mutants.

72 Bistis, G.N. 1983. 30:14. Synchronous induction and development of ascogonia.

73 Blakely, R.M. and A.M. Srb 1962. 2:5. Studies of the genetics and physiology of a nitrate non-utilizing strain of Neurospora

74 Boone, D.M. and D.R. Stadler 1970. 16:12. Reciprocal and non-reciprocal recombination between closely linked markers.

75 Borck, K.S. and H.D. Braymer 1973. 20:16. Effect of Benomyl on growth of Neurospora.

76 Bowman, C. and R.F. Jones 1966. 9:17. Growth studies on Neurospora crassa.

77 Bradford, S.W. and B.I. Gibgot 1963. 4:17. Rapid production of Neurospora hyphae.

78 Brandt, E.E. and A.G. DeBusk 1964. 6:17. Isolation of DNA from Neurospora.

79 Brescia, V.T. 1968. 13:16. Tyrosine transport in Neurospora.

80 Brockman, H.E. 1962. 2:16. Viability of Neurospora crassa ascospores after heat activation.

81 Brockman, H.E. and F.J. de Serres 1962. 1:8. Viability of Neurospora conidia from stock cultures on silica gel.

82 Brody, S. 1966. 9:15. Assay of steady-state level of glucose-6-phosphate.

83 Brody, S. 1966. 9:16. Use of temperature-sensitive mutant strains for isolation of additional mutants at a given site.

84 Brown, I.R. and O.J. Gillie 1963. 4:19. A convenient design of growth tube.

85 Burk, A.G. and A.M. Srb 1978. 25:13. Perithecial submersion: a method for detecting the effect of compounds on ascus development.

86 Burk, R.R. 1964. 6:11. A new allele at the spray locus.

87 Burk, R.R. 1964. 6:27. The location of i, enhancer of am.

88 Burnes, P.A., J.H. Kinnaird and J.R.S. Fincham 1984. 31:20. Neurospora crassa suppressors act on amber.

89 Callaway, J.C. and D.L. Mattern 1984. 31:32. Conidial harvest from solid media using fiberglass screening.

90 Cameron, H.R. 1967. 11:6. Location of round spore (R), a dominant ascospore marker.

91 Carsiotis, M. and A.M. Lacy 1962. 1:4. Tryptophan synthetase levels in hist-1 mutants.

92 Carsiotis, M., A.M. Lacy and D.B. Fankhauser 1965. 8:3. Increased activity of the first two enzymes of tryptophan synthesis.

93 Carsiotis, M. and A. Meyers 1965. 8:3. Decreased activity of all tryptophan biosynthetic enzymes due to zinc deficiency.

94 Case, M.E. 1963. 3:7. Procedure for filtration-concentration experiments.

95 Case, M.E., H.E. Brockman and F.J. de Serres 1965. 8:25. Further information on the origin of the Yale and Oak Ridge wild-type strains of Neurospora crassa.

96 Case, M.E. and N.H. Giles 1962. 2:6. The problem of mitotic recombination in Neurospora.

97 Case, M.E., N.H. Giles and G.R. Fink 1967. 11:5. A method for obtaining double mutants within single genes or gene clusters.

98 Cassaday, W.E. and R.P. Wagner 1969. 14:24. An assay method for kynurenine-3-hydroxylase: enzyme marker for the outer membrane of mitochondria.

99 Catcheside, D.E.A. 1965. 8:11. The extraction, partial purification and assay of anthranilic synthetase from Neurospora crassa.

100 Catcheside, D.E.A. 1966. 10:10. The effect of rec-3 on regulation of the NADP-specific glutamate dehydrogenase of Neurospora.

101 Catcheside, D.E.A. 1969. 15:3. A new carotenoid mutant of Neurospora.

102 Catcheside, D.E.A. 1973. 20:43. New linkage data for group V markers in N. crassa

103 Catcheside, D.E.A. 1974. 21:24. Gene order in linkage group V of N. crassa

104 Catcheside, D.E.A. 1976. 23:23. Map location of rec-1 in N. crassa

105 Catcheside, D.E.A. 1978. 25:17. A pleiotropic mutation in Neurospora conferring sensitivity to analogues of amino acids, purines and pyrimidines.

106 Catcheside, D.E.A. and D.G. Catcheside 1979. 26:24. Survival of Neurospora conidia on silica gel.

107 Catcheside, D.G. 1963. 6:17. Brief comments on heterocaryosis and crossing methods.

108 Catcheside, D.G. 1973. 20:6. Neurospora crassa and genetics.

109 Chalmers, J.H. 1974. 21:20. Toxicity of antibiotics and other drugs to Neurospora.

110 Chalmers, J.H. and P. St. Lawrence 1979. 26:8. A Neurospora mutant sensitive to chloramphenicol.

111 Chambers, C., R.J. Crouch and S.K. Dutta 1984. 31:20. Cloning of the rDNA repeat unit: an EcoRI fragment spanning the entire nontranscribed spacer region of Neurospora crassa wild type strain 74A.

112 Chambers, C. and S.K. Dutta 1983. 30:5. Heterothallic species of Neurospora are distinguishable by restriction analysis of their nuclear rDNA sequences.

113 Chambers, J.A.A. 1980. 27:17. The i phenotype of Neurospora crassa.

114 Chan, E., E.V. Martin and S.D. Wainwright 1966. 9:8. On the isolation of DNA from N. crassa mycelium.

115 Chan, P.Y. and E.A. Cossins 1981. 28:6. Folylpolyglutamate synthesis in a methionine auxotroph of Neurospora crassa.

116 Chan, W.L. and C.C. Ho 1973. 20:17. Electrophoretic variants of L-amino acid oxidase in geographically separated populations of Neurospora.

117 Charlang, G.W. 1979. 26:20. An improved glycerol minimal medium.

118 Charlang, G.W. and N.H. Horowitz 1973. 20:18. Tyrocidine inhibition: effects of Tween 80 and conidial density.

119 Charlang, G.W. and B. Ng 1982. 29:15. Ornithine synthesis by an ornithine-deficient triple mutant.

120 Charlang, G.W. and N.P. Williams 1983. 30:6. Siderophore transport mutants (sit) in Neurospora crassa.

121 Chattopadhyay, S.K. and S.K. Dutta 1969. 15:11. A method for isolation of pure DNA and RNA simultaneously.,/a>

122 Cheng, P.T. and J.E. Willis 1966. 10:11. Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase activity of Neurospora grown on media containing malonate and citrate.

123 Christensen, R.L. and J.C. Schmit 1979. 26:13. "In situ" changes in enzyme activity during Neurospora conidial germination.

124 Christensen, R.L., D. Wolens and J.C. Schmit 1980. 27:28. Improved techniques for assaying protein concentration in germinating Neurospora conidia.

125 Clements, A. and G.A. Marzluf 1985. 32:6. Strain-dependent differences in transformation frequency.

126 Collins, R.A., D.M. Grant and A.M. Lambowitz 1982. 29:29. The physical and genetic map of mtDNA from Neurospora crassa strain 74-OR23-1A.

127 Colvin, H.J. and K.D. Munkres 1973. 20:31. Procedure for measurement of logarithmic growth.

128 Cooke, F. 1964. 6:11. Germination of certain genotypes in response to furfural.

129 Cooke, F. 1966. 10:35. Fungal genetics course based on Coniochaeta.

130 Cooke, F. 1967. 11:18. Ascospore color mutants and low germination in Neurospora.

131 Cossins, E.A. and P.Y. Chan 1976. 23:15. Glycine stimulates polyglutamyl folate synthesis in N. crassa

132 Courtright, J.B. 1972. 19:16. Inhibition of Neurospora protein synthesis by erythromycin.

133 Courtright, J.B. 1975. 22:5. Growth of ropy mutants on glycerol and acetate.

134 Cramer, C.L., J.L. Ristow and R.H. Davis 1982. 29:22. New instrument for rapid cell breakage.

135 Creaser, E.H. and R.B. Drysdale 1963. 3:3. Histidinol dehydrogenase from Neurospora crassa.

136 Creighton, M.O. and J.R. Trevithick 1973. 20:32. Method for freezing slime.

137 Cruz, A.K. and H.F. Terenzi 1981. 28:8. Derepression of tyrosinase by sexual stimulation.

138 Curtis, C.F. 1962. 2:7. Studies on the 'dispensability' of recessive lethals.

139 Davis, R.H. 1963. 4:5. Lethality of Neurospora arginine mutants associated with a factor from wild type.

140 Davis, R.H. 1965. 8:12. Growth, extraction and assay methods for the enzymes ornithine transcarbamylase, aspartate transcarbamylase and carbamyl phosphokinase from Neurospora.

141 Davis, R.H. 1969. 15:3. A note on arginase-less mutants.

142 Davis, R.H. 1984. 31:21. Transformation and reversion: pitfalls imposed by heterokaryosis.

143 Davis, R.H. and F.M. Harold 1962. 2:18. The use of shake cultures of Neurospora for growth experiments.

144 DeBusk, B.G. and A.G. DeBusk 1967. 11:3. The free amino acid pool of Neurospora.

145 DeBusk, B.G. and A.G. DeBusk 1964. 6:12. A phenylalanine permease system in Neurospora crassa.

146 DeBusk, B.G. and A.G. DeBusk 1965. 7:3. Response to fluorophenylalanine by sensitive and resistant strains of Neurospora crassa.

147 DeBusk, B.G., J. Mallon and A.G. DeBusk 1965. 8:3. Radiation inactivation analysis of amino acid transport systems in Neurospora crassa.

148 DeLange, A.M. and N.C. Mishra 1981. 28:10. Unstable dTMP auxotrophs in Neurospora crassa.

149 Del Vecchio, V.G. and G. Turian 1967. 11:16. Further studies on the metabolic control of conidiation of N. crassa

150 de Serres, F.J. 1962. 1:9. A procedure for making heterokaryon tests in liquid minimal medium.

151 de Serres, F.J. 1962. 1:10. A simple device for rapid preparation of conidial suspensions of Neurospora.

152 de Serres, F.J. and N.J. Berheim 1980. 27:18. UV-induced inactivation and mutation-induction in a new two-component heterokaryon (59) homozygous for the excision-repair deficient mutant uvs-2.

153 de Serres, F.J. and B.B. Webber 1963. 3:3. Recessive lethal mutations resulting from deletion of closely linked loci in balanced heterokaryons of Neurospora crassa.

154 DeSha, C.M. and R. Fuerst 1972. 19:19. A technique for the quantitative determination of perithecium formation.

155 Devchand, M. and M. Kapoor 1984. 31:22. Preparation of a cell-free translation system from a wild type strain of Neurospora crassa.

156 Doy, C.H. 1966. 10:8. Control of aromatic biosynthesis in Neurospora crassa.

157 Drabikowska, A.K. and A. Kruszewska 1969. 15:4. Ubiquinone content in mitochondria of respiratory cytoplasmic mutants of N. crassa

158 Drysdale, R.B. and M. Fling 1965. 8:14. Assay of proteolytic enzyme(s) from Neurospora crassa.

159 Dutta, S.K. 1969. 14:9. The isolation of nuclei from Neurospora crassa conidia.

160 Dutta, S.K. 1969. 15:25. Studies on nucleic acid interactions and chromatins isolated from differentiated cells.

161 Dutta, S.K. 1975. 22:3. Lack of effect of ethylene glycol on transcription of Neurospora conidial DNA.

162 Dutta, S.K. and P.K. Chakrabartty 1971. 18:6. Characterization and measurements of nucleotide sequence similarities of DNAs from several Neurospora species.

163 Dutta, S.K., I. Gbadamosi, C. Chambers and D.K. Mukhopadhyay 1980. 27:18. Comparison of nuclear DNA with whole cell DNA isolated from Neurospora crassa.

164 Dutta, S.K., W. McWhorter and V.W. Woodward 1965. 7:9. Isotope labeling of Neurospora DNA.

165 Dutta, S.K. and N. Richman 1966. 10:26. The isolation of DNA from Neurospora crassa.

166 Dutta, S.K. and R.E. Schwartz. 1973. 20:19. Repeated DNA sequences in different Neurospora species.

167 Dutta, S.K. and V.W. Woodward 1964. 6:13. The alteration of a complementation pattern among pyr-3 mutants of Neurospora.

168 Eberhart, B.M. 1980. 27:19. A Neurospora mutant resistant to 2 deoxy-D-glucose.

169 Eberhart, B.M. and B.S. Madden 1973. 20:19. A new ß-glucosidase.

170 Eilers, F.I. and G. Fischer 1965. 8:15. An efficient grinder for ascospores and mycelium.

171 El-Eryani, A.A. 1968. 13:21. Linkage data on phen and tyr mutants.

172 Emerson, S. 1963. 4:5. Genetic nature of the slime variant of Neurospora crassa.

173 Emerson, S. 1963. 4:19. The use of heterocaryons in the maintenance of slime stocks of Neurospora crassa, and a method for the re-isolation of slime from heterocaryons.

174 Esser, K. 1969. 15:27. An introduction to Podospora anserina.

175 Eveleigh, D.E. and J.J. Child 1969. 14:23. Use of non-ionic substrates for the determination of cellulase (Cx).

176 Fankhauser, D.B. 1964. 6:18. Grinding of lyophilized mycelial pads.

177 Fass, D.N. 1969. 14:21. Isolation of gamma-amylase (glucamylase) from the culture filtrate of N. crassa

178 Fass, D.N. 1969. 14:21. Agar gel electrophoresis of Neurospora amylases.

179 Feher, Zs. 1981. 31:32. Construction of a Neurospora crassa gene library in a cosmid vector.

180 Feher, Zs. and M. Schablik 1983. 30:14. Fast preparation of Neurospora DNA for Southern analysis.

181 Feher, Zs., M. Schablik, A. Kiss, A. Zsindely and G. Szabo 1985. 32:8. Characterization of inl+ transformants of Neurospora crassa obtained with a recombinant cosmid pool.

182 Feldman, J.F. and M.N. Hoyle 1971. 18:12. Mating type tests on plates with wild type strains as testers.

183 Fields, W.G. 1970. 16:14. An introduction to the genus Sordaria.

184 Fincham, J.R.S. 1981. 28:11. Further properties of the i (en(am)-1) mutant.

185 Fisher, C.R. 1969. 15:16. Anilonaphthalene sulfonate and its magnesium and sodium salts as fluorescent protein stain.

186 Fisher, C.R. 1969. 15:16. Improved recovery of enzyme activity after electrophoresis.

187 Flavell, R.B. 1965. 8:4. Glyoxylate cycle mutants in Neurospora.

188 Flavell, R.B. 1969. 14:26. Comments on assay methods.

189 Flavin, M. and C. Slaughter 1965. 8:15. Methods used for protein extraction.

190 Fling, M., N.H. Horowitz and H. Macleod 1963. 3:8. Large scale culture of Neurospora.

191 Flint, H.J., S. Dible and H. Kacser 1983. 30:15. A method for achieving prolonged nutrient-limited growth of Neurospora mycelium.

192 Fox, D.J. and D. Boulter 1963. 4:20. Rapid localization of proteins in chromatographic eluates.

193 Francis, C.F. and M.L. Sargent 1977. 24:15. A continuous flow system for growth of Neurospora.

194 Fraser, M.J. 1976. 23:21. Endogenous protease(s) in extracts of Neurospora mycelia activate the exonuclease associated with a putative Rec-nuclease.

195 Friedman, K.J. and D. Glick 1978. 25:18. Fatty acid composition of Neurospora plasma membrane.

196 Friedman, K.J. and D. Glick 1979. 26:13. Incorporation and degradation of lignoceric acid in cel.

197 Frost, L.C. 1962. 1:11. Conidiating media for Neurospora.

198 Frost, L.C. and A.D. Greenhill 1963. 4:6. Multi-spored asci in Neurospora crassa.

199 Fuscaldo, K.E., W.K. Kaczmarczyk and V.G. Del Vecchio 1963. 3:9. A rapid assay for tyrosinase activity.

200 Gaertner, F.A. 1981. 28:12. A response to a letter from David Perkins concerning the question of whether nt mutants involve tryptophan pyrrolase.

201 Gall, A. and G. Lysek 1981. 28:13. Induction of circadian conidiation by rubidium chloride.

202 Galsworthy, S.B. and R.L. Metzenberg 1965. 7:11. Regeneration of uninucleate protoplasts: a potential method for determining nuclear ratios.

203 Gampel, Z., C.D. Denoya, N.O. Aversa and A.J. Jobbagy 1975. 22:10. Enzyme activities in aged conidia of N. crassa

204 Garrett, M.K. 1972. 19:20. An antigenic screening method of potential application in genetic studies.

205 Garrick, M.D. 1967. 11:5. A simple expedient for obtaining large quantities of Neurospora.

206 Geng, A.M. and A.M. Srb 1976. 23:25. Phenocopies of Neurospora mutants induced by biotin deficiency.

207 Georgopoulos, S.G., A. Kappas and B. Macris 1966. 10:8. Gene-controlled resistance to aromatic hydrocarbons in Neurospora crassa and its relationship to the inhibition by L-sorbose.

208 Gillie, O.J. 1965. 8:16. Methods of making enzyme extracts and amino acid pool extracts from Neurospora grown in solid media.

209 Gillie, O.J. 1967. 11:16. Use of the Coulter counter to measure the numbers and size distribution of macroconidia and microconidia of Neurospora crassa.

210 Gillies, C.B. 1971. 18:10. Synaptonemal complexes in Neurospora.

211 Graham, J.D. 1967. 11:14. The use of malachite green to determine disruption of conidia by sonification.

212 Graham, J.D. and M.L. Braun 1966. 10:7. Two methods of measuring rate of deoxy-ribonucleic acid synthesis.

213 Graham, J.D. and J.H. Morrison 1966. 10:32. Studies of the lethal effect and photoreversibility of ultraviolet radiation.

214 Graham, K.M. 1984. 31:45. Ordered tetrads from fl x cys-3

215 Gratzner, H.G. 1966. 9:9. A convenient method for alpha-amylase and invertase electrophoresis on cellulose acetate strips.

216 Griffiths, A.J.F. 1979. 26:12. A Neurospora experiment for an introductory biology course.

217 Griffiths, A.J.F. 1981. 28:5. A simple Neurospora recombination system for teaching.

218 Griffiths, A.J.F., H. Bertrand and T.H. Pittenger 1968. 13:16. Cytochrome spectra of cytoplasmic mutants in Neurospora.

219 Griffiths, A.J.F. and C.O. Person 1973. 20:37. A simple explanation for the 66.7% limiting values in tetrad analysis.

220 Griffiths, A.J.F. and B. Sivak 1973. 20:32. UV transmission through various clear films in mutation experiments.

221 Grigg, G.W. 1965. 7:12. Induction of microconidiation or macroconidiation on the same Neurospora stock.

222 Grigg, G.W. 1965. 7:13. Determination of nuclear ratios of microconidial strains.

223 Grigg, G.W. 1965. 7:14. Notes on competitive suppression and mutation assay.

224 Grindle, M. and W. Temple 1982. 29:16. Fungicide-resistance of os mutants of Neurospora crassa.

225 Grindle, M. and W. Temple 1983. 30:7. Fungicide resistance of smco mutants of Neurospora crassa.

226 Grindle, M. and D.O. Woodward 1967. 12:9. Variations among extrachromosomal mutants of N. crassa

227 Gross, S.R. 1962. 1:4. A selection method for mutants requiring sulfur-containing compounds for growth.

228 Gujar, V.P. and J.C. Schmit 1983. 30:15. Procedure for preparing permeabilized hyphae for enzyme assays.

229 Haard, K. 1967. 11:12. Effect of age on relative plating efficiency of Neurospora conidia.

230 Halaban, R. and J.F. Feldman 1973. 20:20. Circadian periodicity in acetate non-utilizing mutants.

231 Hall, D.O. and H. Baltscheffsky 1967. 12:13. Rapid preparation of Neurospora mitochondria.

232 Halsall, D.M. and C.H. Doy 1967. 12:4. The biochemical genetics of certain structural genes of the regulatory enzymic function 3-deoxy-D-arabino-heptulosonate 7-phosphate synthetase.

233 Hanks, D.L. and A.S. Sussman 1967. 11:9. The relationships of trehalose and its metabolism to conidiation in Neurospora.

234 Hanson, B.A. and S. Brody 1975. 22:8. The utilization of purines and other nitrogen compounds by nit and ty-1 mutants.

235 Harding, R.W. 1973. 20:20. Inhibition of conidiation and photoinduced carotenoid biosynthesis by cyclic-AMP.

236 Harding, R.W., D.Q. Philip, B.Z. Drozdowicz and N.P. Williams 1984. 31:23. A Neurospora crassa mutant which overaccumulates carotenoid pigments.

237 Harding, R.W. and R.P. Wagner 1972. 19:14. Immunological studies with pyruvate dehydrogenase complex isolated from N. crassa

238 Haskins, F.A. 1966. 10:27. Accumulation of anthranilic acid by a mutant strain of Neurospora.

239 Hasunuma, K. 1984. 31:33. A simple method to isolate mutants in repressible cyclic phosphodiesterase in Neurospora crassa.

240 Hasunuma, K. 1985. 32:19. Mutants in orthophosphate-regulated cyclic phospho-diesterase showing rhythmic conidiation in Neurospora.

241 Hasunuma, K. and K. Furukawa 1982. 29:23. An efficient isolation method for meiotic mutants causing meiotic nondisjunction or elevated recombination frequency in Neurospora crassa.

242 Hautala, J.A. and N.H. Giles 1977. 24:16. Technical notes on the isolation of Neurospora nuclei.

243 Hedman, S.C. 1969. 14:10. Determination of total phosphorus in Neurospora extracts.

244 Hedman, S.C., W.K. Bates, and D.O. Woodward 1965. 8:16. Induction of tyrosinase by ß-lactose in Neurospora crassa.

245 Hedman, S.C. and S. Vanderschmidt 1981. 28:14. Germination of microconidia from selected Neurospora strains.

246 Hendrick, D. and A.G. DeBusk 1967. 12:14. Production of Neurospora mycelial protoplasts.

247 Henningson, K.W. 1966. 10:19. Neurospora class experiments.

248 Hermann, R.L. 1966. 10:28. The role of orotic acid in pyrimidine biosynthesis in Neurospora.

249 Hill, J.M. and V.W. Woodward 1965. 8:17. Assays for aspartate and ornithine transcarbamylase by means of the pH-stat.

250 Hirshon, J. and S.T. Mckenna 1976. 23:16. Light effects on the circadian rhythm on non-conidiating N. crassa (band).

251 Hitchcock, S.E. 1967. 11:15. RNA and protein synthesis in Neurospora crassa conidia.

252 Hitchcock, S.E. and V.W. Cochrane 1969. 15:18. Effect of cycloheximide and actinomycin D on germinating conidia.

253 Ho, C.C. 1972. 19:15. Mutations blocking development of the protoperithecium in Neurospora.

254 Ho, C.C. 1972. 19:19. Synchronous production of protoperithecia.

255 Hochberg, M.L. and M.L. Sargent 1973. 20:21. NADase levels in various strains of N. crassa.

256 Horowitz, N.H. 1963. 3:5. Irreparable mutants in Neurospora.

257 Horowitz, N.H. 1973. 20:4. Neurospora and the beginnings of molecular genetics.

258 Horowitz, N.H. and M. Fling 1962. 2:19. A method for concentrating dilute protein solutions.

259 Horowitz, N.H., H. Macleod, J.B. Maxwell, and B. Logan 1966. 10:17. Neurospora teaching experiments.

260 Howe, H.B., Jr. and J.E. Page 1963. 4:7. Nonconidiation in the new homothallic species, Neurospora terricola.

261 Hsu, K.S. 1962. 1:5. Drug resistant mutants.

262 Hsu, K.S. 1963. 4:7. A modifier of the morphological mutant scumbo in Neurospora crassa.

263 Hsu, K.S. 1965. 8:4. Acriflavin resistance controlled by chromosomal genes in Neurospora.

264 Hsu, K.S. 1973. 20:39. New acriflavin-resistant mutants and a gene affecting conidiation, which are expressed only in the presence of a morphological mutant.

265 Huang, P.C. 1962. 1:14. Information on Neurospora.

266 Ishikawa, T. 1962. 2:19. A method to improve the fertility of interallelic crosses.

267 Ishikawa, T. 1966. 10:30. Neurospora as part of an undergraduate genetics course.

268 Ishikawa, T. 1977. 24:7. Growth inhibition by adenine in temperature-sensitive mutants.

269 Ishikawa, T. and D.D. Perkins 1983. 30:9. Additional irreparable temperature-sensitive mutants.

270 Islam, M.S. 1972. 19:18. Biochemical differences between mating types of N. crassa

271 Islam, M.S. 1977. 24:5. Sex-hormones in Neurospora crassa: hormone action is affected by genetic background.

272 Islam, M.S. and A. Nessa 1980. 27:29. Spectrophotometric analysis of the hormonal extracts of fertile and sterile strains.

273 Islam, M.S. and J. Weijer 1969. 15:24. Sex hormones in Neurospora crassa.

274 Itoh, T. and K. Morishita 1969. 15:6. Cytoplasmic contribution to protoperithecium formation in N. crassa.

275 Iyengar, G.A. and S.K. Sen 1977. 24:17. A method of staining Neurospora nuclei.

276 Jakoby, W.B. 1965. 8:17. A recipe for them crystallization of enzymes.

277 Jervis, H.H. and A.G. DeBusk 1973. 20:21. NH2-terminal analysis of the conidial proteins of N. crassa.

278 Jha, K.K. 1965. 7:15. Notes on phen-1 mutants.

279 Jha, K.K. 1965 8:6. Indole excretion by revertants derived from indole accumulating tryp-3 (td) mutants.

280 Jha, K.K. 1967. 11:4. Nature of a leucine-requiring strain derived from a phen-1 stock.

281 Jha, K.K. 1969. 14:3. Growth characteristics of phen-1 mutants.

282 Joester, K.E. W.M. Joester and P.H. Hofschneider 1977. 24:8. DNA-dependent DNA-polymerases from Neurospora crassa.

283 Johnson, H.N. 1969. 14:25. Purification of Neurospora ß-galactosidase.

284 Johnson, H.N. 1969. 14:25. Identification of a third form of ß-galactosidase by sectioning acrylamide gels.

285 Johnson, J.W. and A.M. Srb 1962. 2:7. The genetic production of small, homokaryotic spores in Neurospora tetrasperma.

286 Johnson, T.E. 1974. 21:19. Some mutations affecting perithecial and spore pigmentation.

287 Johnson, T.E. 1978. 25:14. A method for obtaining high specific radioactive extracts from perithecia.

288 Johnson, T.E. 1978. 25:15. A method for isolating large quantities of perithecia.

289 Johnson, T.E. 1979. 26:14. A search for position effects in Neurospora.

290 Johnson, T.E. and D.R. Stadler 1972. 19:20. A method for isolating protoperithecia.

291 Jong, S.C. and E.E. Davis 1979. 26:26. Cryopreservation of slime mutants of Neurospora crassa.

292 Käfer, E. 1978. 25:19. Sensitivity to methyl-methane sulfonate (MMS) in Neurospora.

293 Käfer, E. 1982. 29:41. Backcrossed mutant strains which produce consistent map distances and negligible interference.

294 Kapoor, M. 1969. 14:22. Phosphofructokinase of Neurospora crassa.

295 Kapoor, M. 1971. 18:5. Pyruvate kinase of N. crassa: conformational changes induced by Tris buffer.

296 Kapoor, M. and D. Bray 1967. 11:14. A method for disrupting conidia of Neurospora crassa.

297 Kapoor, M. and D. Bray 1969. 14:4. Catabolite effects on some enzymes of Neurospora.

298 Kapoor, M. and D. Bray 1969. 14:23. Purification procedure for glutamine synthetase.

299 Kappy, M.S. and R.L. Metzenberg 1967. 12:3. Phospholipids in Neurospora crassa.

300 Kihara, M. 1962. 2:8. Nuclear number in germinating conidia of Neurospora.

301 Kilbey, B.J. 1964. 6:18. The detection of irreparable mutants in Neurospora.

302 Kinsey, J.A. 1975. 22:20 . Three new p-fluorophenylalanine resistant (fpr) mutants.

303 Kiss, A., A. Zsindely, M. Schablik and G. Szabo 1984. 31:25. Effect of sorbitol, L-sorbose and inositol on myo-inositol-1-phosphate synthase activity in Neurospora crassa strains.

304 Kiss, A., A. Zsindely, M. Schablik and G. Szabo 1985. 32:9. Effect of various inhibitors on the production of myo-inositol-1-phosphate synthase in Neurospora crassa wild-type strain.

305 Kleber, H.-P. and H. Aurich 1967. 12:8. Cyanocobalamine in mycelium of Neurospora sitophila.

306 Klein, D.T. and R.M. Klein 1962. 2:9. Effect of certain oxidizing and reducing compounds on germination of Neurospora macroconidia.

307 Klingmuller, W. 1963. 3:9. Growing Neurospora colonies attached to a glass surface in liquid medium.

308 Klingmuller, W. and F. Kaudewitz 1963. 4:9. Sorbose resistant mutants in Neurospora crassa.

309 Klingmuller, W. and F. Kaudewitz 1965. 7:18. Nitrous acid-induced inactivation and mutagenesis in Neurospora.

310 Klingmuller, W. and P. Rapp 1973. 20:22. High back-mutation rate in homoallelic crosses of asco.

311 Klingmuller, W. and H.G. Truper 1965. 8:18. Determination of hexokinase and other enzymes which possibly phosphorylate fructose in Neurospora crassa.

312 Kølmark, H.G. 1965. 8:6. Ureaseless mutants in Neurospora crassa.

313 Kølmark, H.G. 1968. 13:17. A note on the symbol for urease defective mutants.

314 Kølmark, H.G. 1968. 13:23. Linkage data for two urease loci in linkage group V of Neurospora crassa.

315 Kølmark, H.G. 1979. 26:26. Preservation of Neurospora stock cultures with the silica gel method for extended periods of time.

316 Koski, E.M. and S.C. Hedman, 1971. 18:11. Optimal length of exposure to light for conidiation.

317 Kowles, R.V. 1973. 20:39. Synthesis of two-chromosome double interchanges in N. crassa.

318 Kowles, R.V. and R.L. Phillips 1976. 23:24. Preliminary characterization of six I-IV single translocations and their intercrosses.

319 Krumlauf, R. and G.A. Marzluf 1978. 25:15. A convenient method for the isolation of crude nuclear pellets.

320 Krumlauf, R. and G.A. Marzluf 1978. 25:16. A method for labeling DNA in vitro using nicked translation.

321 Kulaev, I.S. and V.I. Melgunov 1973. 20:35. Determination of phosphorus in N. crassa extracts.

322 Kuwana, H. 1973. 20:22. Valine sensitivity in N. crassa

323 Kuwana, H. and M. Miyano 1980. 27:34. Map location of ace-5.

324 LaBrie, D.A. and R.P. Wagner 1969. 15:8. Isolation and purification of mitochondria from N. crassa

325 Lacy, A.M. 1962. 1:15. Location of su-2.

326 Lacy, A.M. 1964. 6:19. Analysis of progeny from interallelic crosses.

327 Lacy, A.M. 1964. 6:20. Attempts to increase fertility in interallelic crosses.

328 Lacy, A.M. 1966. 10:22. Neurospora in the freshman biology course.

329 Lacy, A.M. 1966. 10:24. Neurospora in the genetics course.

330 Lamb, B.C. 1966. 10:12. A simple plate cross technique.

331 Lamb, B.C. 1968. 13:24. A cautionary note.

332 Lamb, B.C. 1968. 13:24. Centromere distance on asco (37402).

333 Lavigne, S. 1962. 2:20. A selective plating technique for determining the recombination frequency between the crisp and linked mutant loci.

334 Laycock, M.V., H.G. Kølmark and D. Boulter 1963. 4:20. The separation of malic dehydrogenase isoenzymes of Neurospora crassa by polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis.

335 Leary, J.V. and A.M. Srb 1969. 15:22. Giant spore, a new developmental mutant of N. crassa.

336 Leslie, J.F. 1982. 29:18. Reciprocal translocation AR30 has a breakpoint distal to all known IIL markers.

337 Lewis, R.W. 1965. 7:22. Storage of Neurospora spores and cultures in a sucrose solution.

338 Lindegren, C.C. 1973. 20:13. Reminiscences of B.O. Dodge and the beginnings of Neurospora genetics.

339 Loo, M.W.S. 1975. 22:10. A temperature-sensitive mutant of Neurospora defective in ribosome processing (rip-1).

340 Louie, S., A. Chan and G. Sojka 1971. 18:4. Serine-induced formation of aerial hyphae and conidia by a Neurospora mutant.

341 Lowry, R.J., T.L. Durkee and A.S. Sussman 1967. 11:9. Ultrastructural studies of microconidium formation.

342 Lysek, G. and T. Bornefeld 1971. 18:18. Phosphorus content of wild type and "clock" mutants of Podospora anserina.

343 Maggese, M.C., E. Gros and H.N. Torres 1981. 28:14. Characterization of glyco-sphingolipids in Neurospora crassa.

344 Majmudar, G.H., A.M. Dandekar and A.K Mattoo 1978. 25:20. Phosphate-mediated control of polyphosphatase in Neurospora crassa.

345 Malling, H.V. 1966. 9:13. Methods for the identification of genetic alterations by specific revertibility tests in Neurospora crassa.

346 Malling, H.V. and S. Frederiksen 1962. 2:9. Induction of reversions in Neurospora crassa by nitrous acid.

347 Mandisodza, M.T. and S.K. Dutta 1971. 18:12. An efficient method for 32P labeling of conidial DNA.

348 Martegani, E. and F. Trezzi 1979. 26:20. Fluorescent staining of Neurospora nuclei with DAPI.

349 Maruniak, J.E. and A.G. DeBusk 1977. 24:7. Ammonium transport using 14C-methylamine as substrate

350 Matile, P. 1965. 8:7. Elucidation of "inositol-less death".

351 Matile, P. 1967. 12:6. Porosity of the cell wall as related to the secretion of proteolytic enzymes in N. crassa

352 Mattern, D. 1981. 28:20. A simple rack for race tubes.

353 Matthews, W.A. and B.C. Lamb 1973. 20:23. Growth adaptation to temperature in N. crassa wild-type strains.

354 Mattoo, A.K. 1975. 22:14. A method of visualization of Neurospora nucleosidase in polyacrylamide gels.

355 Mattoo, A.K. and N.R. Parikh 1975. 22:9. Influence of sodium pyruvate on Neurospora fructose diphosphatase.

356 Maxwell, J.B., J. Anesi, S. Cadwell, V. Coffman, R. Hoefke, R. Nolan, T. Parker and D. Toon 1978. 25:20. Allelism of ser(JBM5) and ser-3 on linkage group I.

357 Maxwell, J.B., R. Bleeck, S. Growther, M. Neal, T. Parker and L. Winikur 1980. 27:35. Location of ser-4 near arg-2 on linkage group IV.

358 Maxwell, J.B., G. Ichtertz, M. Jambretz and T. Wohrle 1977. 24:14. Allelism of ser(JBM 4-13) and ser-2 on linkage group V.

359 Maxwell, J.B., F. Kline, F. and R.S. Bengston 1974. 21:23. Linkage data on two new serine-requiring mutants, one of which is a new locus, serine-5 (ser-5).

360 Maxwell, J.B., F. Kline, F. and R.S. Bengston 1975. 22:20 . Correction to note on linkage data for new ser mutants in NN #21.

361 Mays, L.L. and R.W. Barratt 1974. 21:25. Note on Yale osmotic stocks.

362 McCracken, D.A., P.J. Varkey and W.M. Rutherford 1980. 27:20. Amylose in Neurospora.

363 McDougall, K.J. 1967. 12:13. The use of a Coulter counter for counting ascospores of Neurospora.

364 McDougall, K.J. and T.H. Pittenger 1962. 2:10. Observations of perpetual hyphal propagation in Neurospora crassa.

365 McDougall, K.J. and V.W. Woodward 1964. 6:14. Suppression of pyr-3 mutants of Neurospora.

366 McDougall, K.J. and V.W. Woodward 1965. 8:8. Suppression of pyr-3 mutants by arg-12 mutants.

367 McNelly, C. 1962. 1:12. Growth of a histidine strain, hist-2 (C94), of Neurospora crassa.

368 Meaden, R.A. and A.M. Wellman 1967. 11:19. Growth of conidia of adenine dependent mutants of Neurospora crassa.

369 Metzenberg, R.L. 1985. 32:22. Killing mites without killing Neurospora.

370 Metzenberg, R.L. and S.K. Ahlgren 1969. 15:6. Variation in the genus Neurospora of the properties and control of aryl sulfatase.

371 Metzenberg, R.L. and S.K. Ahlgren 1969. 15:9. Hybrid strains useful in transferring genes from one species of Neurospora to another.

372 Metzenberg, R.L. and T.J. Baisch 1981. 28:20. An easy method for preparing Neurospora DNA.

373 Metzenberg, R.L., J.N. Stevens, E.U. Selker and E. Morzycka-Wroblewska 1984. 31:35. A method for finding the genetic map position of cloned DNA fragments.

374 Michalek, S.M. and H.E. Brockman 1969. 14:8. A test for mutagenicity of Shell "No-Pest Strip Insecticide" in Neurospora crassa.

375 Millington-Ward, A.M 1974. 21:22. A simple explanation for the 66.7% limiting values in tetrad analysis.

376 Mitchell, M.B. 1962. 2:21. Storage of culture media in polyethylene bags.

377 Mitchell, M.B. 1966. 10:6. A round-spore character in N. crassa.

378 Morales, M.A., A.J. Jobbagy and H.F. Terenzi 1973. 20:24. Mutations affecting accumulation of glycogen.

379 Morgan, D.H. 1965. 8:8. Acetyl-ornithine transaminase in Neurospora.

380 Morgan, D.H. 1969. 14:5. Arginaseless mutants of Neurospora.

381 Morgan, D.H. 1969. 14:26. The assay of arginase.

382 Morrow, J. 1962. 1:15. A new morphological marker in Neurospora.

383 Morse, C.C., R. Manger and F. Gaertner 1983. 30:10. Neurospora crassa qa-2 gene fragment.

384 Mostello, L. and A.M. Infanger 1966. 10:4. Photodynamic effects of acridine orange on Neurospora sitophila.

385 Mucke, D. 1962. 2:21. A method for storing conidia of Neurospora.

386 Mucke, D. and M. Popp 1969. 15:18. Effect of malachite green on growth in presence of surface actants.

387 Mukhopadhyay, D.K., R. Mimko and S.K. Dutta 1980. 27:20. DNA homologies of ribosomal RNA genes of Neurospora species.

388 Mukhopadhyay, D.K., N. Williams and S.K. Dutta 1978. 25:21. Lack of RNase-sensitive RNA-dependent DNA polymerase activity in the nuclear fraction of Neurospora crassa 74A

389 Munkres, K.D. 1962. 1:12. A method for the preparation of mycelial acetone powder of Neurospora.

390 Munkres, K.D. 1965. 8:19. An assay procedure for Neurospora malate dehydrogenase.

391 Munkres, K.D. 1977. 24:9. Selection of improved microconidial strains of N. crassa.

392 Munkres, K.D., M.N. Munkres, P. Greene, S. Hedman , B.J. Andrews, G. Holland and D.O. Woodward 1966. 9:14. Isolation of subcellular fractions of Neurospora mycelia.

393 Murayama, T. and T. Ishikawa 1977. 24:3. Temperature sensitivity of a sorbose-resistant mutant.

394 Murray, N.E. 1968. 13:18. Linkage information for cysteine and methionine mutants.

395 Murray, N.E. and M. Glassey 1962. 1:15. A second 'leaky' histidine mutant in linkage group IV.

396 Murray, N.E. and D.D. Perkins 1963. 4:21. Stanford Neurospora methods.

397 Mylyk, O.M., E.G. Barry and D.R. Galeazzi 1974. 21:24. New isogenic wild types in N. crassa.

398 Mylyk, O.M. and S.F.H. Threlkeld 1972. 19:21. The use of heterokaryons in facilitating crosses between Neurospora strains having reduced female fertility.

399 Nagai, S. 1965. 7:22. Use of spectrophotometry for description of conidia color.

400 Nair, B.G. and H.S. Chhatpar 1983. 30:11. Phosphate mediated changes in phospholipids in Neurospora crassa.

401 Nasrallah, J.B. and A.M. Srb, A.M. 1978. 25:16. Microelectrophoresis of extracts from single perithecia.

402 Nelson, N. 1963. 3:10. Cross-feeding experiments to test for biological activity.

403 Nelson, R.E., T. Chandler, and C.P Selitrennikoff 1973. 20:33. cr sn: the significance of macroconidiation for mutant hunts.

404 Nelson, R.E., B.S. Littlewood and R.L. Metzenberg, 1975. 22:15. Toward the domestication of slime.

405 Nemeti, F.M., M. Schablik and G. Szabo 1982. 29:24. Experiences with Metzenberg's method for preparing Neurospora DNA.

406 Neumann, W. and H. Aurich 1967. 12:7. Effect of biotin on lipid content of Neurospora crassa.

407 Neumann, W. H. Aurich and H.-P. Kleber 1967. 12:7. Changes in chemical composition of N. sitophila during the active growth phase.

408 Newcombe, K.D. and A.J.F. Griffiths 1973. 20:32. Adjustable platforms for collecting shot asci.

409 Newmeyer, D. 1963. 4:10. Altered phenotype of phen.

410 Newmeyer, D. 1964. 6:14. Growth and allelism of arg-11 and adg.

411 Newmeyer, D., C.S. Taylor and D.C. Bennett 1968. 13:21. Gene sequences in linkage group I.

412 Newmeyer, D. and D.G. Wallace 1971. 18:13. Ascospore viability on glass spreaders after alcohol treatment.

413 Noemi, L. and H. Ninnemann 1981. 28:16. Light-induced cyanide-insensitive respiration in wild type Neurospora crassa.

414 Novak, D.R. and A.M. Srb 1969. 15:23. Spore and ascus mutants in N. tetrasperma.

415 Ogata, W.N. 1962. 1:13. Media used for culture of and distribution of stocks.

416 Ogata, W.N. 1962. 1:13. Preservation of Neurospora stock cultures with anhydrous silica gel.

417 Ogata, W.N. 1973. 20:36. Preservation of amycelial-aconidial Neurospora cultures using anhydrous silica gel.

418 Olsson. L. and H.G. Kølmark 1965. 8:20. A method for detection of catalase mutants.

419 Paietta, J.V. and G.A. Marzluf 1984. 31:40. Development of a colony hybridization technique for Neurospora.

420 Paietta, J.V. and G.A. Marzluf 1984. 31:40. Transformation of lithium acetate-treated Neurospora with minipreps of plasmid DNA.

421 Palanivelu, P. and R. Maheshwari 1979. 26:15. Wild Neurospora isolated from soil.

422 Pall, M.L. 1966. 9:16. The use of cycloheximide as an inhibitor of protein synthesis in Neurospora.

423 Pall, M.L. 1971. 18:9. Blasticidin-S: an inhibitor of protein synthesis in Neurospora.

424 Pall, M.L. 1983. 30:16. Rapid sampling and collection of Neurospora mycelial suspensions.

425 Pall, M.L., G. Horn, M. Fling and N.H. Horowitz 1965. 8:20. A simple method for the induction of high levels of tyrosinase activity.

426 Papa, K., A.M. Srb and W.T. Federer 1962. 2:11. Effectiveness of selection based on variability uncomplicated by heterotic effects.

427 Peduzzi, R. and G. Turian 1969. 15:24. Conidiation antigen and malate dehydrogenase isoenzyme activities.

428 Perkins, D.D. 1962. 2:14. Asci of bis x bis crosses for chromosome cytology.

429 Perkins, D.D. 1964. 6:22. Multiple interchange stocks for linkage detection.

430 Perkins, D.D. 1964. 6:27. Errata.

431 Perkins, D.D. 1966. 9:10. Preliminary characterization of chromosome rearrangements using shot asci.

432 Perkins, D.D. 1966. 9:11. Details for collection of asci as unordered groups of eight projected ascospores.

433 Perkins, D.D. 1966. 9:11. Experience using alcoy multiple translocation tester strains to assign genes and chromosome rearrangements to linkage groups.

434 Perkins, D.D. 1966. 9:12. Summary of markers at extremes of the known linkage groups.

435 Perkins, D.D. 1971. 18:12. Conidiating colonial strains that are homozygous fertile and suitable for replication.

436 Perkins, D.D. 1971. 18:14. Gene order in the albino region of linkage group I.

437 Perkins, D.D. 1972. 19:16. Response of thi-5 and thi-1 to vitamin pyrimidine.

438 Perkins, D.D. 1972. 19:27. Presumptive new alleles of het-c, detected by the use of partial diploids.

439 Perkins, D.D. 1972. 19:28. Reference strains of Neurospora sitophila.

440 Perkins, D.D. 1972. 19:30. Special purpose Neurospora stocks.

441 Perkins, D.D. 1972. 19:33. Linkage testers having markers near the centromere.

442 Perkins, D.D. 1973. 20:33. Freezing as a convenient method for preserving vegetative stocks.

443 Perkins, D.D. 1973. 20:40. Additional special-purpose Neurospora stocks.

444 Perkins, D.D. 1974. 21:25. Osmotic mutants.

445 Perkins, D.D. 1977. 24:11. Evidence confirming location of het-d in linkage group IIR.

446 Perkins, D.D. 1977. 24:14. Map sequences established or confirmed by duplication coverage.

447 Perkins, D.D. 1977. 24:14. Linkage testers for genes far from centromere.

448 Perkins, D.D. 1977. 24:16. Details for preparing silica gel stocks.

449 Perkins, D.D. 1979. 26:9. A new, highly fertile microconidiating combination, dingy, fluffy.

450 Perkins, D.D. 1982. 29:31. Neurospora crassa genetic maps, May 1982.

451 Perkins, D.D. 1984. 31:41. Advantages of using the inactive-mating-type am1 strain as a helper component in heterokaryons.

452 Perkins, D.D. 1984. 31:46. Neurospora crassa genetic maps, May, 1984.

453 Perkins, D.D. and R.W. Barratt 1973. 20:38. A modest proposal regarding gene symbols.

454 Perkins, D.D. and E.G. Barry 1977. 24:12. Information on chromosome rearrangements.

455 Perkins, D.D. and M. Bjorkman 1978. 25:24. A temperature-sensitive morphological mutant present in Beadle-Tatum and Rockefeller-Lindegren "wild-type" stocks and their derivatives.

456 Perkins, D.D. and M. Bjorkman 1979. 26:9. Additional special purpose stocks.

457 Perkins, D.D. and T. Ishikawa 1972. 19:24. Locus designations for irreparable temperature-sensitive mutants.

458 Perkins, D.D. and N.E. Murray 1963. 4:26. New markers and linkage data.

459 Perkins, D.D., M.R. Smith and D.R. Galeazzi 1973. 20:45. New markers and linkage data.

460 Perkins, D.D., C.W. Taylor, D.C. Bennett and B.C. Turner 1969. 14:13. New morphological mutants that have been localized to linkage group.

461 Perkins, D.D. and B.C. Turner 1973. 20:41. Reference strains of Neurospora intermedia.

462 Perlman, J. and J.F. Feldman 1979. 26:21. A new culture method for biochemical studies of the circadian clock.

463 Phillips, R.L. and A.M. Srb 1967. 11:17. Ascospore arrangements in the aberrant asci of a Neurospora crassa mutant.

464 Pittenger, T.H. 1962. 2:21. Special growth tubes for the study of transport of growth factors and other phenomena.

465 Pittenger, T.H. 1964. 6:23. Crossing techniques for large numbers of isolates.

466 Pittenger, T.H. 1964. 6:23. Conidial plating techniques and the determination of nuclear ratios in heterokaryotic cultures.

467 Pittenger, T.H. 1965. 7:4. The distribution of nuclei in conidia of cultures having different average numbers of nuclei.

468 Pittenger, T.H. 1967. 11:10. Distribution of nuclei in conidia.

469 Prade, R.A. and H.F. Terenzi 1984. 31:26. Excretion of low molecular weight, folin-positive metabolites by the female receptor mycelium, in response to mating.

470 Prakash, V. 1963. 3:10. Random ascospore isolation.

471 Prakash, V. 1963. 3:11. Spore isolation in order (tetrad dissection).

472 Prakash, V. 1963. 3:12. Construction of multiple centromere marker strains in Neurospora crassa.

473 Prakash, V. 1963. 4:10. Changes in cross-over frequency in Neurospora crassa mediated by chelating agents.

474 Prakash, V. 1963. 4:25. Perithecial production - use of non-absorbant cotton.

475 Prakash, V. 1965. 7:5. Sexual reproduction of Neurospora.

476 Prakash, V. 1973. 20:25. Mutants excreting lysine, histidine and methionine in N. crassa.

477 Radford, A. 1967. 11:4. Prototroph frequencies from crosses between pyridoxine auxotrophs.

478 Radford, A. 1969. 14:6. Mutation rate and survival with ICR-170.

479 Radford, A. 1972. 19:25. Revised linkage maps of Neurospora crassa.

480 Radford, A. 1974. 21:23. Change in nomenclature of sorbose-resistant mutants.

481 Radford, A. 1975. 22:17. Concise linkage maps of Neurospora crassa.

482 Radford, A. 1978. 25:11 . Gene-enzyme correlations in Neurospora.

483 Radominska-Pyrek, A., A. Kruszewska, Z. Matysiak and T. Chojnacki 1971. 18:3 Cytidylyltransferases in cholineless mutant strains and in the wild type of Neurospora crassa.

484 Raju, N.B. 1981. 28:16. Effect of light on perithecial production in homothallic Neurospora species.

485 Raju, N.B. 1982. 29:24. Easy methods for fluorescent staining of Neurospora nuclei.

486 Ram, S., B.G. Nair and H.S. Chhatpar 1984. 31:28. Phosphate mediated changes in fatty acid composition in Neurospora crassa.

487 Rao, E. and A.G. DeBusk 1975. 22:12. A mutant of Neurospora deficient in the general (Pm G) amino acid transport system.

488 Reddy, M.M. and S.F.H. Threlkeld 1971. 18:8. Isozyme variation in natural populations of Neurospora.

489 Reick, A. and A.J.F. Griffiths 1980. 27:21. Possible natural cytoplasmic variants of N. intermedia.

490 Reinert, W.R. and G.A. Marzluf 1974. 21:16. Fructosediphosphatase of N. crassa.

491 Reissig, J.L. 1964. 6:16. Are acridines mutagenic for Neurospora?

492 Richman, N. and S.K. Dutta 1966. 10:4. A method for the increased incorporation of P32 into Neurospora DNA.

493 Rigby, D.J., T.J. Balls and A. Radford 1979. 26:21. Semi-quantitative analysis of protease activity.

494 Rigby, D.L., A.J. Baron and A. Radford 1982. 29:26. New assays for carbamyl phosphate synthetase applicable in the presence of exogenous carbamyl phosphate.

495 Ritari, S.J., W. Sakami, C.W. Black and J. Rzepka 1973. 20:26. The synthesis of polyglutamate forms of folate by N. crassa

496 Ritari, S.J., W. Sakami and C.W. Black 1973. 20:27. Identification of two genes specifying folylpolyglutamate synthases.

497 Robbins, W.J. 1973. 20:10. Bernard Ogilvie Dodge 1872-1960.

498 Rodland, K. and P.J. Russell 1980. 27:29. Effect of microwave radiation on conidial activity.

499 Roess, W.B. and A.G. DeBusk 1965. 7:22. inositol-less death recombination technique.

500 Roess, W.B. and A.G. DeBusk 1965. 8:8. Arginine transport in Neurospora conidia.

501 Rougemont, A. and M.J. Kobr 1973. 20:28. Isocitrate lyase-2 from N. crassa

502 Royes, J. 1962. 1:5. The production of mosaic mutations in Neurospora crassa.

503 Russell, P.J. 1975. 22:16. Enrichment for cold-sensitive mutants by tritium suicide.

504 Russell, P.J. 1977. 24:6. Cold-sensitive growth of some supersuppressor strains of Neurospora crassa.

505 Russell, P.J. and E.A. Hall 1978. 25:21. Dependence of ribosome production on protein synthesis.

506 Russell, P.J. and J.D. Hewitt 1974. 21:18. Electrophoretic analysis of rhythmic, morphological mutant strains.

507 Russell, P.J. and G.B. Perry 1980. 27:22. Cellobiose-induced ß-galactosidase and ß-glucosidase activities of Neurospora crassa.

508 Russell, P.J. and S.C. Schlitt, 1976. 23:21. Rates of RNA and protein synthesis in the cold-sensitive mutant crib-1.

509 Russell, P.J. and A.M. Srb 1971. 18:7. Dominance modification in Neurospora crassa.

510 Russo, V.E.A. and F.D. Innocenti 1983. 30:11. Recombination frequencies of mutations located in wc-1 and wc-2.

511 Russo, V.E.A., T. Sommer and J.A.A. Chambers 1985. 32:10. A modified Vogel's medium for crossing, mating-type tests and the isolation of female-sterile mutants of Neurospora crassa.

512 Sagarra, E. 1973. 20:29. Esterase polymorphism in Neurospora.

513 Said, S. and H.F. Terenzi 1979. 26:15. Cyclic AMP deficiency, modifier-mutations, and instability of the cr-1 phenotype.

514 Sargent, M.L. 1969. 15:17. Effects of four antibiotics on growth and periodicity of a rhythmic strain of Neurospora.

515 Sargent, M.L. 1985. 32:12. eas strains of Neurospora for the classroom.

516 Sargent, M.L. and H.D. Braymer 1969. 14:11. Selection of intramural-enzyme mutants.

517 Schablik, M., Zs. Feher, A. Zsindely and G. Szabo 1979. 26:17. The effect of polyethylene glycol upon DNA uptake in Neurospora crassa.

518 Schablik, M., B. Kocsar and G. Szabo 1980. 27:23. Factor(s) in the culture medium of a slime strain which stimulate DNA uptake.

519 Schablik, M., F.M. Nemeti and G. Szabo 1983. 30:17. Quick and effecient protoplast isolation from Neurospora crassa.

520 Schablik, M., A. Zsindely, J. Aradi and G. Szabo 1977. 24:4. Changes of the ratio of inl+ and inl- nuclei in heterocaryons of spontaneous revertant and by DNA-induced inl+ revertant Neurospora< crassa strains.

521 Schablik, M., A. Zsindely, J. Aradi, Zs. Fekete and G. Szabo 1978. 25:22. Differences between transformed and spontaneous revertant strains of Neurospora crassa.

522 Scheideler, L., B. Hahne and H. Ninnemann 1984. 31:28. Rapid degradation of FAD following lysis of Neurospora crassa cells: consequences for evaluation of flavin composition in vivo.

523 Schluttig, A. and W. Fritsche 1975. 22:7. The regulation of urease synthesis by repression in N. crassa

524 Schmit, J.C., M. Cohen and S. Brody 1974. 21:17. Conidial germination in sconc.

525 Schneider, G., W. Klingmuller, W. Sebald and F. Kaudewitz 1969. 14:10. Protein determination in conidia of Neurospora crassa.

526 Schroeder, A.L. 1984 31:45. DNA polymerase in temperature-sensitive mutants of Neurospora.

527 Schroeder, A.L., F.J. de Serres and M.E. Schupbach 1972. 19:17. A new ultraviolet-sensitive mutant in Neurospora, uvs-6.

528 Scott, W.A. and R.L. Metzenberg 1967. 11:8. Location of aryl sulfatase in Neurospora conidia.

529 Scott, W.A. and R.L. Metzenberg 1969. 15:8. Permeabilization of Neurospora conidia with phenethyl alcohol.

530 Scott, W.A. and H.K. Mitchell 1965. 8:9. Alternate forms of cytochrome c in the mi-1 (poky) mutant of Neurospora crassa.

531 Seale, T., M.E. Case and R.W. Barratt 1969. 15:5. Supersuppressors in Neurospora crassa.

532 Sebo, T.J. and J.C. Schmit 1980. 27:30. A convenient method for the storage and cultivation of slime.

533 Selitrennikoff, C.P. 1974. 21:22. Use of conidial separation-defective strains.

534 Selitrennikoff, C.P. 1976. 23:23. Easily-wettable, a new mutant.

535 Selitrennikoff, C.P. 1978. 25:16. Storage of slime strains.

536 Selitrennikoff, C.P. 1981. 28:17. A new allele of csp-2 which does not complement csp-1.

537 Selitrennikoff, C.P. 1982. 29:27. Temperature-sensitive, protoplast-forming os-1 variant of Neurospora - a few tricks.

538 Selitrennikoff, C.P. 1984. 31:43. Use of partially purified Polyoxin B for forming protoplasts.

539 Selitrennikoff, C.P. 1984. 31:43. Putative transformation of Neurospora os-1 protoplasts by a plasmid containing a G-481 phosphotransferase gene.

540 Selitrennikoff, C.P. and V. Abe 1972. 19:23. New os-2 and os-5 alleles.

541 Selitrennikoff, C.P. and M. Bailey 1974. 21:22. A simple classroom complementation experiment.

542 Selitrennikoff, C.P. and R.E. Nelson 1973. 20:34. A screening technique for the isolation of macroconidiation mutants.

543 Shelby, M.D. 1974. 21:27. Indexed bibliography of recent chemical mutagenesis studies with Neurospora.

544 Shew, H.W. 1978. 25:25. New mutants and wild type standard reference strains of Neurospora intermedia.

545 Shields, M. and W.N. Strickland 1967. 12:5. Some characteristics of adaptation in am1.

546 Smith, B.R. 1962. 1:14. Mating type tests using a plating technique.

547 Smith, B.R. 1962. 1:16. Linkage data for group IV.

548 Smith, B.R. 1962. 1:18. The location of 11 am alleles in linkage group 5.

549 Smith, B.R. 1967. 12:6. The effect of the recombination-1 gene on histidine-5.

550 Smith, B.R. 1969. 14:4. The effect of the recombination-3 gene on histidine-5.

551 Smith, B.R. 1973. 20:34. Storage of ascospores in water.

552 Smith, B.R. 1979. 26:27. Preservation of Neurospora conidia with silica gel.

553 Smith, B.R. and M.E. Yorston 1981. 28:17. A system for studying aneuploid production in Neurospora crassa.

554 Sonavaria, M., P. Padgaonkar, B.G. Nair and H.S. Chhatpar 1985. 32:13. Phosphate mediated regulation of carbohydrate metabolism in Neurospora crassa.

555 Spady, G.E., J.R. Gresham, S.C. Simmons and F.H. Gaertner 1980. 27:31. A solid-reagent dispenser for use in the azocoll protease assay (and other insoluble substrate analyses).

556 Springer, W.D. and A.M. Srb 1977. 24:6. Altered glycosaminoglycan of the pk mutant.

557 Srb, A.M. 1962. 1:6. Genetic basis for an aberrant ascus in N. crassa.

558 Srb, A.M. 1973. 20:8. Beadle and Neurospora, some recollections.

559 Srb, A.M. and M. Basl 1969. 15:22. Abnormal ascus mutants.

560 Srb, A.M. and A.M. Infanger 1964. 6:26. Formation of heterokaryons by fusion of isolated hyphal tips on solid medium in petri plates.

561 Stack, J. and Y. Suyama 1974. 21:16. Further evidence for two types of 18S rRNA in Neurospora.

562 Stadler, D. 1981. 28:18. Temperature sensitive mutants.

563 Stevens, J.N. and R.L. Metzenberg, 1982. 29:27. Preparing Neurospora DNA: some improvements.

564 Stine, G.J. 1963. 4:14. Effect of ultrasonication on selected enzymes from Neurospora crassa mycelia.

565 Stine, G.J. 1967. 11:7. Germination and enzyme activities affected by the aging of Neurospora conidia in water.

566 Strickland, W.N. and D.D. Perkins 1973. 20:34. Rehydrating ascospores to improve germination.

567 Strickland, W.N. and M. Shields 1967. 12:15. Identification of individual enzymes in crude extracts by acrylamide gel electrophoresis.

568 Sturani, L., E. Martegani and M. Francavilla 1980. 27:25. Effects of glucagon on the growth of Neurospora crassa.

569 Subden, R.E. and S.F.H. Threlkeld 1966. 10:14. Mite control for Neurospora labs.

570 Subden, R.E. and G. Turian 1969. 15:8. Improved techniques for study of carotenoid intermediates in Neurospora.

571 Subramanyam, C. and G. Venkateswerlu 1979. 26:18. Effect of copper and manganese on free amino acid content of Neurospora crassa.

572 Suczi, A. and A. Radford 1983. 30:13. ARS8 sequences in the Neurospora genome.

573 Sullivan, J.L. and A.G. DeBusk 1971. 18:13. Method for specific selection of temperature-sensitive mutants.

574 Suskind, S.R. 1966. 10:15. Growth of Neurospora.

575 Suzuki, D.T. 1963. 3:5. A system to test for non-random disjunction.

576 Szabo, G. and M. Schablik 1973. 20:27. DNA uptake by N. crassa.

577 Szabo, G. and M. Schablik 1975. 22:11. Heterocaryosis in DNA-induced inositol-independent hyphae of N. crassa.

578 Talbot, K. and P.J. Russell 1980. 27:32. Nuclear density determination and the purification of wild type Neurospora nuclei using Percoll gradients.

579 Tateson, R.W. 1969. 14:19. A method for the determination of adenylosuccinate lyase.

580 Tateson, R.W. 1969. 14:19. A method for the determination of arginosuccinate synthetase.

581 Taylor, C.W. 1965. 8:21. A more efficient procedure for scoring mating type and aberrations.

582 Teifel, J. and W. Klingmuller 1980. 27:26. Uptake of bacteriophages by Neurospora crassa during heterocaryosis.

583 Terenzi, H.F., M.M. Flawia and H.N. Torres 1976. 23:19. A distinctive response to concanavalin A-mediated agglutination shown by cells from two different "slime" strains.

584 Thayer, P. 1969. 15:20. Inhibitory activity of selected compounds against Neurospora crassa 4A.

585 Thomas, D.Y. and L.C. Frost 1966. 10:3. Temperature and fertility of wild-types in Neurospora.

586 Totten, R.E. and H.B. Howe, Jr. 1965. 7:23. Fiber glass loops for rapid manipulation of Neurospora ascospores.

587 Totten, R.E. and H.B. Howe, Jr. 1972. 19:14. Enzyme profiles during synchronous development of conidiophores and conidia in N. crassa.

588 Trilisenko, L.V., V.M. Vagabov and I.S. Kulaev 1982. 29:19. Comparative study on some properties of polyphosphatephosphohydrolase in Neurospora crassa strain ad-6 (28610) a and a leaky derivative.

589 Tsai, J.H.J. and H. Tsai 1973. 20:29. Localization of Neurospora ornithine aminotransferase in mitochondria.

590 Tsao, M.U. and T.I. Madley 1969. 14:21. Assay of phosphofructokinase from Neurospora crassa.

591 Tsao, M.U. and M.W. Smith 1963. 4:16. Multiple forms of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase of Neurospora crassa.

592 Tsao, M.U. and M.W. Smith 1965. 8:21. Concentration of chromatographic effluent for gel electrophoresis.

593 Tublitz, N., D. Foster and P.J. Russell 1979. 26:22. Isolation of ribosomes from Neurospora and their analysis using a vertical rotor.

594 Turian, G. 1962. 2:15. The hexosemonophosphate shunt as an alternate metabolic pathway for conidial differentiation in Neurospora.

595 Turian, G. 1965. 7:24. Metabolism and conidiation in Neurospora crassa.

596 Turian, G., N. Oulevey and F. Tissot 1967. 11:17. Preliminary studies on pigmentation and ultrastructure of microconidia of Neurospora crassa.

597 Turian, G. and J. Seydoux 1962. 1:6. Isocitratase studies in Neurospora.

598 Turner, B.C. 1976. 23:24. Dominance of the wild-type (sensitive) allele of cyh-1.

599 Urey, J.C. and D.B. Smith 1976. 23:18. Effects of some glycosidases and of periodate on the activity of the glycoprotein NAD(P)ase.

600 Van Winkle, W.B. 1969. 14:5. Preliminary observations of the ultrastructure of the slime mutant.

601 Van Winkle, W.B. 1971. 18:10. Evidence for a spindle apparatus in somatic nuclei of Neurospora.

602 Verma, M., V. Ghosh, C. Chambers, R.J. Crouch and S.K. Dutta 1985. 32:15. A new rDNA clone isolated from Neurospora crassa wild type strain 74A containing all coding regions.

603 Vigfusson, N.V. and R.J. Cano 1971. 18:8. Effect of mammalian sex hormones on fertility of N. crassa

604 Vigfusson, N.V. and J. Weijer 1969. 14:9. Improved method for the isolation of sterility mutants.

605 Villanueva, V.R.and K.H. Le 1977. 24:8. On the biosynthesis of carnitine in Neurospora crassa lys-1 (33933).

606 Villanueva, V.R.and E. Lederer 1975. 22:7. 6-N-trimethyllysine metabolism and carnitine biosynthesis in N. crassa.

607 Vollmer, S.J. and R.H. Davis 1985. 32:16. Rapid DNA minipreps from Neurospora.

608 Vukasovich, M., J.R. Turner and W.K. Matchett 1969. 14:19. A direct method of assaying kynureninase.

609 Walker, P.A. 1963. 3:15. Mapping a tyrosinaseless mutant of Neurospora.

610 Wampler, D.E. and J.L. Fairley 1965. 8:21. An assay for arginosuccinate synthetase in Neurospora.

611 Wang, S.S., J.M. Magill and R.L. Phillips 1971. 18:16. Auxotrophic and visible mutations in white-spore (ws-1).

612 Weijer, J. 1965. 7:25. Method for in vivo observation of karyokinesis of the somatic nucleus of Neurospora and Gelasinospora species.

613 Weijer, J. 1965. 7:25. Feulgen staining of somatic nuclei of N. crassa

614 Wellman, A.M. 1967. 11:13. Viability of Neurospora macroconidia after cryogenic storage by liquid nitrogen refrigeration.

615 West, D.J. 1976. 23:17. Phase shift of circadian rhythm of conidiation in response to ultraviolet light.

616 West, D.J. and D.O. Woodward 1969. 15:17. Effects of respiratory inhibitors on growth of Neurospora.

617 Weston, N.J. and A.G. DeBusk 1967. 12:9. Amino acid transport in poky (mi) mutants of Neurospora crassa.

618 Westrum, F.M. and N.V. Vigfusson 1973. 20:35. A method of NTG mutagenesis of N. crassa.

619 Wickramaratne, M.R.T. 1976. 23:27. A method for selecting linked markers in Sordaria brevicollis.

620 Wickramaratne, M.R.T. and B.C. Lamb 1973. 20:30. Influence of some environmental factors on recombination.

621 Wilson, C.H. 1985. 32:18. Production of microconidia by several fl strains.

622 Wilson, C.L. 1966. 10:6. Nuclear behavior in the vegetative hyphae of Neurospora crassa.

623 Wilson, J.F. and W.K. Bates 1969. 15:18. Effects of cycloheximide at low concentrations.

624 Wilson, J.F. and W.K. Bates 1972. 19:21. Ethylene glycol treatment of Neurospora conidia.

625 Wilson, J.F. and W.K. Bates 1978. 25:17. A rapid extraction method for mycelial organelles.

626 Woodward, V.W. 1966. 10:32. The use of Neurospora in teaching.

627 Woodward, V.W. and C.K. Woodward 1968. 13:18. The care and feeding of slime.

628 Wooton, J.C. 1967. 12:3. Short-term changes in the amino acid pool of Neurospora mycelium.

629 Wooton, J.C., M.J. Fraser and A.J. Baron 1980. 27:33. Efficient transformation of germinating Neurospora conidia using total nuclear DNA fragments.

630 Wrathall, C.R. 1969. 14:9. A method for obtaining mycelial pads of Neurospora.

631 Yoder, O.C. 1979. 26:11. Mutants with increased sensitivity to caffeine.

632 Yoder, O.C. 1979. 26:11. Guanine-requiring mutants.

633 Yoder, O.C. 1979. 26:23. Experience with the Applegate-Nelson-Metzenberg method of mutant enrichment in high sorbose medium.

634 Yu, S.C. and A.S. Sussman 1967. 11:4. Protection of Neurospora trehalase against heat-inactivation.

635 Yu-Sun, C.C., L.A. Carter, L. Sandoval and A. Thompson 1981. 28:22. Mutagenicity of 4-nitroquinoline 1-oxide and three hair dye components in Sordaria brevicollis.

636 Zsindely, A., A. Kiss, M. Schablik, M. Szabolcs and G. Szabo 1982. 29:20. Regulatory effect of inositol on the synthesis of myo-inositol-1-phosphate synthase in Neurospora crassa strains.

637 Zsindely, A., M. Szabolcs and J. Aradi 1977. 24:8. Isolation of myo-inositol-1-phosphate synthetase from wild type and its inactive variant from inositol-less Neurospora crassa.

638 Zsindely, A., M. Szabolcs, M. Kavai, M. Schablik, J. Aradi and G. Szabo 1978. 25:22. Detection and identification of myo-inositol-1-phosphate synthase and its assumed defective variant in different N. crassa strains by immunological methods.

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