Volume 36 (1989)
This volume originally published as Fungal Genetics Newsletter #36.
Cosmids from the Vollmer-Yanofsky library identified with a chromosome VII probe.
P. Ballario, G. Morelli, E. Sporeno, and G. Macino
A computer program for linkage analysis with up to 11 markers
C. J. Bos and C. G. Bos
HAPMAP: a computer program for the linkage analysis of haploids.
C. R. Bronson, C.-S. Chang, and T.-H. Tzeng
An enzymatic defect in osmotic mutants of Neurospora crassa: lack of induction of NAD(P)ase activity during growth on casein.
J. A. Jorge, A. K. Cruz, and H. F. Terenzi
Additive effect involving a new locus of benomyl resistance in Aspergillus nidulans
N. M. Martinez-Rossi and J. L. Azevedo
Restriction polymorphism maps of Neurospora crassa: update
R. L. Metzenberg and J. Grotelueschen
Nitrogen starvation or glucose limitation induces conidiation in constantly shaken liquid cultures of Neurospora crassa.
B. T. Müller and V. E.A. Russo
Regulation of glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase under salt-stress condition in Aspergillus sydowii.
T. Parekh and H. S. Chhatpar
Alternate fluffy testers for detecting and diagnosing chromosome rearrangements in Neurospora crassa.
D. D. Perkins and V. C. Pollard
Neurospora strains incorporating fluffy, and their use as testers.
D. D. Perkins, B. C. Turner, V. C. Pollard, and A. Fairfield
On the direction of transcription of cloned genes in Neurospora crassa.
S. M. Pietschmann, J. Eberle, T. Sommer, and V. E. A. Russo
The use of a nonradioactive probe in RFLP analysis of Neurospora crassa DNA
R. J. Radloff, S. R. Engel, C. E. Cords, and T. I. Baker
Use of RIP to inactivate genes in Neurospora crassa.
E. Selker, E. Cambareri, P. Garrett, B. Jensen, K. Haack, E. Foss, C. Turpen, M. Singer, and J. Kinsey
Use of a bacterial hygromycin B resistance gene as a dominant selectable marker in Neurospora crassa transformation
C. Staben, B. Jensen, M. Singer, J. Pollock, M. Schechtman, J. Kinsey, and E. Selker