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Recombination as a requirement for segregation of a partially diploid mutant of Pneumococcus

Genetics

Aug 1, 1975

Mary Lee S Ledbetter, Rollin D Hotchkiss

PMID: 271

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Conditions are described in which the pneumococcal mutant strain sulr-c, resistant to the drug sulfanilamide, gives rise to sensitive segregants resistant to nitrobenzoic acid at a frequency constant with time. This segregant frequency is markedly enhanced upon exposure of the cells to ...read more

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Acridine Orange
Mutant
M Phase, Meiotic
Radiation Genetics
Salicylic Acids
Mutation Abnormality
Acridines
Cell Division
Diploid Cell
Black Light, Ultraviolet
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Recombination as a requirement for segregation of a partially diploid mutant of Pneumococcus

Genetics

Aug 1, 1975

Mary Lee S Ledbetter, Rollin D Hotchkiss

PMID: 271

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Abstract

Conditions are described in which the pneumococcal mutant strain sulr-c, resistant to the drug sulfanilamide, gives rise to sensitive segregants resistant to nitrobenzoic acid at a frequency constant with time. This segregant frequency is markedly enhanced upon exposure of the cells to ...read more

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Acridine Orange
Mutant
M Phase, Meiotic
Radiation Genetics
Salicylic Acids
2
44

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