FGSC #1766 Mating Types: A Species: Neurospora intermedia
Genotype : N. intermedia
Alleles: Sk-2S Tapei-1 Utilization may require PIC/MAT re Nagoya Protocol Check https://absch.cbd.int/
Stock No. from Other Collection: P0013
Depositor of Strain: DPP
Strain of Opposite Mating Type: 1767
Perkins ID Number: P0013
Results of cross to Neurospora crassa: fertile, 5-10%
Results of cross to Neurospora intermedia: fert x P17,14,21,22,77,25,54,289,11
Results of cross to Neurospora Sitophila: barren x acon
Comments: used extensively as a standard
Color: WT
Spore Killer: 2S3S
Collection Site: TAIPEI, Taiwan
Site Data: stubble on grass below municipal observatory
Substrate from which the sample was collected: burn
Collected by: DDP
Date Colleted: 9/4/1968
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Perkins Reference: NATVIG, D.O. et al.1987. Random-fragment hybridiz.analysis of evolu. in N.: status of 4-spored strainsEvolution 41(5):1003-1021
Perkins Reference: NATVIG, D.O. et al.1984. Distribution and evolutionary significance of mitoch. plasmids in N. spp.J. Bacti. 159:288-293
Perkins Reference: SHEW, H.W.1978. New mutants & w/t stndrd ref strains of N intermediaNNewsl 25:25
Perkins Reference: TURNER, B.C.1987. 2 ecotypes of N intermediaMycologia 79:425-432
Perkins Reference: TAYLOR, J.W., & NATVIG, D.O.1989. Mitoch. DNA and evolution of heterothallic & pseudohomoth. N. speciesMycological Res. 93:257-272
Perkins Reference: YANG, XIAO and ANTHONY J.F. GRIFFITHS1993. Male transmission of linear plasmids and mitochondrial DNA in the fungus Neuros.Genetics 134: 1055-1062
Perkins Reference: YANG, XIAO and ANTHONY J.F. GRIFFITHS1993. Plasmid suppressors active in the sexual cycle of N. intermediaGenetics 135: 993-1002
Perkins Reference: GRIFFITHS, A. J. F. AND X. YANG1995. Recombination between heterologous linear and circular mitochondrial plasmids in the fungus NeurosporaMol. Gen. Genet.


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