NEUROSPORA NEWSLETTER #10
Table of Contents
Temperature and the fertility of wild types
Thomas, D.Y. and L.C. Frost
Incorporation of P32 into DNA
Richman, N. and S.K. Dutta
Photodynamic effects of acridine orange
Mostello, L. and A.M. Infanger
Round spore character in N. crassa
Nuclear behavior in vegetative hyphae
Measurement of DNA synthesis
Graham, J. D. and M.L. Braun
Resistance to aromatic hydrocarbons
Georgeopoulos, S.G., A. Kappas and B. Macris
Control of aromatic biosynthesis
Effect of rec-3 on regulation of NADP-GDH
Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase activity om malonate and citrate
Cheng, P.T. and J.E. Willis
Simple plate cross technique
Cytological techniques for meiotic chromosomes
Subden, R.E. and S.F.H. Threlkeld
Neurospora in Teaching:
Barratt, R. W. Growth of Neurospora.
Suskind, S. R. Growth of Neurospora.
Aiuto, R . Intergenic
mapping by a sorbose selection technique.
N. H., H. Macleod, J. Maxwell and B. Logan. Neurospora teaching experiments.
Henningson, K. W. Neurospora
Lacy, A. M.
Neurospora in the freshman biology course.
Lacy, A. M. Neurospora
in the genetics course.
S. K. and N. Richman. The isolation of DNA from Neurospora crassa.
pp. 26- 27
F. A. Accumulation of anthranilic acid by a mutant strain of Neurospora.
L. The role of orotic acid in pyrimidine biosynthesis in Neurospora.
Ishikawa, T. Neurospora
as part of an undergraduate genetics course.
J. D. and J. H. Morrison. Studies of the lethal effect and photoreversibility
of ultraviolet radiation.
Woodward, V. W.
The use of Neurospora in teaching.
Barratt, R. W.
Neurospora as a laboratory contaminant.
Cooke, F. Fungal
genetics course based on Coniochaeta.
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