A multiple-site molecular dimorphism for the gene for phospholipase C has no known evolutionary basis, yet reveals that Oak Ridge wild types cannot have originated as described in the current best pedigree.
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"Another inconsistency in the pedigree of the Oak Ridge wild types of Neurospora crassa,"
Fungal Genetics Reports:
Vol. 51, Article 4.