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Physiological aspects of tetrapolar incompatibility

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Abstract

Our present ideas concerning the chemical basis of tetrapolar incompatibility system came from two basically distinct lines of inquiry, one genetic and the other physiological. We have already heard discussed in some detail the principal genetic features of the system: a) bifactorial control, b) the bipartite structure of the incompatibility factors, c) the requirement of genetic difference between factors for full compatibility and dikaryosis, d) the existence of hemi-compatible interactions when the requirements for compatibility are satisfied at only one of the two incompatibility factors, and e) the mimicking of hemicompatible phenotypes by mutations involving the incompatibility factors themselves.

Keywords

Physiological Aspect Cytoplasmic Incompatibility Nuclear Migration SchiZophyllum Commune Interspecific Mating 
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