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W. (1932). Proo. 6th Int. Cong. Genetics, 1, 308-330. L. (1978). Heredity, 39, 399-410. De Vries, H. (1907). " Chicago. C. (1924). Genetics, 9, 41-69. G. (1949). Heredity, 3, 53-66. L. (1929). J. Agric. , 39, 451-475. Wright, S. (1921). Genetics, 6, 111-178. Wright, S. (1944). Ecology, 26, 415-419. Quantitative Genetic Variation QUANTITATIVE GENETIC VARIATION IN FUNGI C. E. K. I. INTRODUCTION A. Fungi as Model Systems in Genetics The fungi possess many biological and technical properties which make them highly suitable organisms for genetical studies.

Bologna. Mem. Ser. Ill, No. 1, 15-25. B. (1961). Genet. , 2, 161-176. W. (1932). Proo. 6th Int. Cong. Genetics, 1, 308-330. L. (1978). Heredity, 39, 399-410. De Vries, H. (1907). " Chicago. C. (1924). Genetics, 9, 41-69. G. (1949). Heredity, 3, 53-66. L. (1929). J. Agric. , 39, 451-475. Wright, S. (1921). Genetics, 6, 111-178. Wright, S. (1944). Ecology, 26, 415-419. Quantitative Genetic Variation QUANTITATIVE GENETIC VARIATION IN FUNGI C. E. K. I. INTRODUCTION A. Fungi as Model Systems in Genetics The fungi possess many biological and technical properties which make them highly suitable organisms for genetical studies.

E. K. I. INTRODUCTION A. Fungi as Model Systems in Genetics The fungi possess many biological and technical properties which make them highly suitable organisms for genetical studies. These include: short life cycles, rapid growth, a variety of genetic systems (both meiotic and mitotic), a dominant haploid phase, ready mutant induction and isolation, ability to be cloned and growth on defined media under controlled laboratory conditions. Extensive exploitation of these features in a few species has contributed greatly to our knowledge of fundamental genetic and cellular mechanisms (see Esser and Kuenen, 1967; Fincham and Day, 1971; Burnett, 1975, for reviews of Fungal Genetics).

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