Volume 35 (1988)
This volume originally published as Fungal Genetics Newsletter #35.
A Neurospora crassa osmotic-sensitive mutant showing growth influenced by temperature, light and dark
S. Brown, S. N. Bennett, and W. A. Krissinger
Designation of certain filamentous fungal genes identified by molecular cloning.
S. J. Gurr and J. R. Kinghorn
Effect of inositol "analogues" on the production of myo-inositol-1-phosphate synthase in Neurospora crassa slime strain.
A. Kiss, M. Schablik, A. Zsindely, and G. Szabo
Multiwell plates for complementation tests of Fusarium.
C. J. R. Klittich and J. F. Leslie
mts(MN9), a cpc-1 allele involved in a translocation
J. Koch and I. B. Barthelmess
A rapid, high yield mini-prep method for isolation of total genomic DNA from fungi.
S. B. Lee, M. G. Milgroom, and J. W. Taylor
A vector for Aspergillus transformation conferring phleomycin resistance.
I. E. Mattern, P. J. Punt, and C. A.M.J.J. Van den Hondel
Modified dot-blot hybridization technique for filamentous fungi.
C. R. McClung and J. C. Dunlap
Restriction polymorphism maps of Neurospora crassa: updates
R. L. Metzenberg and J. Grotelueschen
Identification and visualization of cellulase activities from Neurospora crassa
T. Mohammed and A. Radford
New supplements for the formate mutant of Neurospora. A possible role for ascorbic acid?
D. Newmeyer, V. C. Pollard, and David D. Perkins
A highly fertile fluffy allele, fl^Y, which produces macroconidia.
D. D. Perkins and V. C. Pollard
Resistance to hydroxyurea in Aspergillus nidulans by gene mutation and by putative gene amplification.
J. A. Roper and D. J. Scanlon
Parasexuality in Aspergillus awamori NRRL 3112 and interspecific hybridization with A. niger.
A. Vialta and R. Bonatelli Jr.