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Abstract

A mutant gene is most simply transferred from killer to nonkiller by crossing a marked killer strain x Sk sensitive acr-2R, plating ascospores on medium supplemented with acriflavine, and recovering mutant progeny among the acriflavine-resistant colonies, which are nonkillers that presumably originated from rare heterozygous or heterokaryotic ascospores.

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