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Heterogenic incompatibility

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Abstract

In the past, sexual incompatibility was defined from a genetic point of view, that genetically like gametes or nuclei could not undergo karyogamy. This basic principle was valid for all different incompatibility mechanisms found in higher plants as well as in fungi. During the last decade, however, it has become evident that this is not the only general principle leading to incompatibility. In the study of different geographical races of the ascomycete Podospora anserina, which belongs to the Sordariaceae, it was found that the prerequisite for incompatibility can also be a heterogenic structure of the gametic nuclei. We have suggested the terms “homogenic incompatibility” and “heterogenic incompatibility”, respectively, to define these two restricting systems for sexual propagation on the basis of their genetic determination 1.

Keywords

Podospora Anserina Sexual Reaction Sexual Incompatibility Detailed Genetic Analysis Genic Incompatibility 
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References

Papers on heterogenic incompatibility of Podospora anserina

  1. Esser, K.: Genetische Analyse eines neuen Incompatibilitätstypes bei dem Ascomyceten Podospora anserina. Compt. Rend. 8. Congr. Intern. Bot. (Paris) Sect. 10, 72–77(1954).Google Scholar
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Further references

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