FGSC #9431 Species: Neurospora crassa
Genotype: smco-6;sn
Alleles: R2477,C136
Linkage Group(s): VR,IC
Stock No. from Other Collection: OG66
Depositor of Strain: OG
Markers
Lesion: smco-6 semicolonial-6
Lesion Information for Marker:
      Linkage Group of smco-6: VR
      Markers Left of smco-6: met-3 (14%)
      Markers Right ofsmco-6: Linked to asn (6%), near pyr-6
Marker description or requirements:
      VR. Right of met-3 (14%). Linked to asn (6%), near pyr-6 (156, 698).
Reference for: smco-6: 156. Catcheside, D. E. A. 1973. New linkage data for group V markers in N. crassa. Neurospora Newsl. 20:43-44.
Reference for: smco-6: 698. Morgan, M. P. , L. Garnjobst, and E. L. Tatum. 1967. Linkage relations of new morphological mutants in linkage group V of Neurosporacrassa. Genetics 57:605-612.
Reference for: smco-6: 11018. Grindle & Temple 1983. NN 30:7-8
Lesion: sn snowflake
Lesion Information for Marker:
      Linkage Group of sn: IR
      Markers Left of sn: T(39311) and arg-3 (1 to 6%)
      Markers Right ofsn: T(AR173) and his-2 (<1 to 12%)
Marker description or requirements:
      I. Right of T(39311) and arg-3 (1 to 6%). Left of T(AR173) and his-2 (<1 to 12%) (174, 808). (687) Spreading colonial growth with good conidiation. Linear growth is less than 1/10 that of the wild type (19). Detectable immediately after ascospore germination by hyphal patterns which suggested the name (688). Abnormal microfilaments (19). Contains actin-like protein (20). Said not to exhibit cytoplasmic streaming (18). Meiosis and ascospore formation are normal in homozygous sn x sn crosses (N.B. Raju, personal communication). Good female fertility. Morphology similar to that of sp, cum, and cot-4mutants (at 25 C) (PB). Used to study development of crystalline inclusions (17). The cr sn double mutant grows as small, discrete, conidiating colonies suitable for velvet replication. The double mutant cr snresembles the rg cr double mutant phenotypically and has the advantage of fertility in homozygous crosses (796); for example of application, see reference 180.
Reference for: sn: 17. Allen, E. D. 1976. Development of crystalline inclusions ("ergosterol crystals") in N. crassa. Protoplasma 90:297-306.
Reference for: sn: 18. Allen, E. D. , R. Aiuto, and A. S. Sussman. 1980. Effects of cytochalasins on N. crassa. I. Growth and ultrastructure. Protoplasma 102:63-75.
Reference for: sn: 19. Allen, E. D. , R. J. Lowry, and A. S. Sussman. 1974. Accumulation of microfilaments in a colonial mutant of N. crassa. J. Ultrastr. Res. 48:455-464.
Reference for: sn: 20. Allen, E. D. , and A. S. Sussman. 1978. Presence of an actin-like protein in mycelium of N. crassa. J. Bacteriol. 135:713-716.
Reference for: sn: 174. Catcheside, D. G. , and D. Corcoran. 1973. Control of non-allelic recombination in N. crassa. Aust. J. Biol. Sci. 26:1337-1353.
Reference for: sn: 687. Mitchell, M. B. 1958. Genetic recombination in Neurospora. Genetics 43:799-813.
Reference for: sn: 688. Mitchell, M. B. 1959. Detailed analysis of a Neurospora cross. Genetics 44:847-856.
Reference for: sn: 796. Perkins, D. D. 1971. Conidiating colonial strains that are homozygous fertile and suitable for replication. Neurospora Newsl. 18:12.
Reference for: sn: 808. Perkins, D. D. , and E. G. Barry. 1977. The cytogenetics of Neurospora. Adv. Genet. 19:133-285.

 

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