Subject Index

A

Absiclia glauca 4238, 599, 625 Acetamidase 21

Acriflavin 41 Actin promoter 625

adel gene 1

Adenylate kinase 405 ADR1 399

Momyces 449

ARS 99, 377

ARS1 15

ARS element 599 ARS-like activity 583

Aspergillus 135

Aspergillus nidulans 21, 141, 443, 471

A‘Trich 617

ATP synthase 8 81 ATPase 105

Beglucosidase 175

Basidiomycetes 547 Beta-lactam antibiotics 337

Bkm 16) Bleomycin 443

c

CAMP 127

Candida shehatae 199 Candida utilis 193

cDNA expression \ibrary 644

Cell cycle 577

Cephalosporium acremonium 209, 337

cGMP 127

Chlamydomonas 4\

Chlamydomonas reinhardtii 251, 349,

483, 489 Chloroplast 263, 377 Chloroplast DNA 247

Chloroplast genes 157 Chloroplast heredity 251 Chioroplast insert © 457

Chloroplast recombination 483 Chloroplast transcription com-

plexes 19/7

Chromopliast 219 Chromosomal integration 413 Circadian rhythm 197 Cladosporium fulvum 231

Class llintron 69 Cloning 527, 591 Codon usage 323

CO) 357

Complex Ill alteration 111 Complex transcription unit 69 Coprinus 33

Core protein! 111

CPi apoproteins 489

Curing 37

Cyclic AMP 577

Cytochrome b 111

Cytochrome c oxidase 9311

Oytoduciion Sit Q

Oelta 323

Deuteramyceta 231 Disomy 569

Distribution 617

DNA 205

DNA-DNA hybridization 225

DNA double-strand cut 429

DNA-protein interactions 157 ONA rearrangement 429

DNAsequence 175 DNA sequencing 55 Duplication 1

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Electron microscopy 49 Endo-f-1,4-glucanase 413

Enzyme overproduction 519 Ethanol 9 Ethanol-sensitive genes 421

Ethanol-tolerant genes 424 Ethidium bromide 41

Euglena 465, 611

Evolution 81 Evolution of introns 329

F

Filamentous fungus 337 Fission yeast 527

5-fluoroorotic acid resistance 277 Frameshift-suppression 387 frqmutants 127

Fungal genetics 555 Fungi 297

G

GO protein 577

Galactose promoter 105 Gene conversion 1

Gene expression 527 Gene isolation 547

Gene localization 149,215

Gene regulation 21 Gene structure 193

Genetic mapping strategies 555 Genome size 257

Genomic variability 369

Glucanolytic brewer’s yeast 413

Glycosylation 561

Group lintrons 329 Group Il intron 291, 329, 497

H

h mutations 535

Heat shock 443 Herbicide 465

Homoeologous chromosomes’ 167

Homothaliic/heterothallic strains 421 Homotnallic sivains ‘Gi

Homothallism 429

BY QOMNGiN B Qhasdhatranster- ase 337

\

in vitro and in vivo DNA synthesis 283 \ndusirial yeast 4167

informational suppression 305 Informational suppressors 141

Interaction 387 Interferon alpha-factor 561

\nergenic conversion 119

Intrachromosomal recombination 399

Inverted repeat 205

Isogenic 9 lsoleucine-valine biosynthesis 167

\terated sequences 399 K

Kluyveromyces fragilis 175

L

Lariat RNA 291

LCP Git

Linear DNA 297

Linear DNA killer plasmid 99

Maize 91

Maize chloroplasts 241 Male-sterile cytoplasms 457 Mating pheromones 543 Mating type 161, 435, 535 Mating-type locus 251 Mating-type switching 511 Meiotic and mitotic stability 399 Meiotic dyads 569

Meiotic nondisjunction 555 Dum miniplasmids 45

Minor tRNAs 323 Mitochondria 209, 305, 329, 357 Mitochondrial DNA 41, 55, 215, 369 Mitochondrial gene expression 311 Mitochondrial gene fusions 391 Mitochondrial genes 475 Mitochondrial mutants 111 Mitochondrial/Nuclear 387 Molybdenum cofactor 349 MONA 81, 235, 599

mtDNA diversity 149

Multiple integration 519

Mutagen dose 471 Mutation induction 471

Mutant yield 471 N

Neomycin resistance 625

Neusrospora crassa slime mutant 283 Nitrate reductase 349

vill

Non-essential DNA 257 Non-inducible mutants 135 Nuclear homology 617

Nuclear-mitochondrial interac- tions 311

Nucleotide sequence 406, 457

Nucleotide sequence analogs 225

Oo

OMP-decarboxylase 277 OMPdecase 527 Qomycetes 205 Organellar genomes 91 Organelle biogenesis 391

P

Pathogenicity 555

Penicillin 449

Penicillium chrysogenum 277, 449 Pepper 219

Permease 135

Petite genome replication 583 Petunia 235

Petunia hybrida 377

pH sensitivity 135

Phase shift 127

Pheromone 271 Photosystem gene 247 Photosystem | mutants 483, 489 Phytophthora 215

Pichia stipitis 199, 605

pKD1 185

Plant mtDNA 475

Plasma membrane 105 Plasmid 297

Plastid gene expression 69 Ploidy 9

Podospora anserina 291 Point mutations 443 Presumptive polyploids D-xylose fer- mentation 605 Processing genes 225 Protein blotting 157

Protein synthesis 443 Protoplast fusion 199, 435 psaA2 gene 489

psa 247

psbA 465 Purine rich small RNA molecules 283 pyrG 277

Q

Qg polypeptide 465 Quinic acid utilization 136

R

Recombinant DNA 547

Recombination 1, 119, 235 Repeated sequences 55 Replication 99, 377

Replicative intermediates 49 Restriction endonucleases 225 Restriction mapping 149 Ribosomal DNA 435 Ribosomal protein L25 193 Ribosomal RNA genes 33, 209 Ribosome-binding site 475 RNA primer 283

RNA processing 391

RNA splicing 497, 503

RNA transcripts 219

rRNA promoters 241

s

Saccharomyces cerevisiae 99, 175, 271, 323, 405, 413, 511, 561, 577 Saccharomycopsis crataegensis 297

Schizophyllum commune 547 Schizosaccharomyces pombe 119,

329, 535, 543, 591 Secretion 271, 561 Selective constraint 81 Senescence 291 Sequence 357

Sequence analysis 611

Sexual agglutination 271 Somatic hybrid 235 Southern blotting 225 Spacer DNA inversions 33 Spinach 263 Sporulation 429

5SrRNA sequence 263 Stability 15

Supercoiled ONA 257

Suppression by gene amplifi- cation 497

Suppression by high copy num- r 503

bei Survival rate 443 T Tau 323

Tetrahymena 357

Tissue culture 369 Tobacco 247

Tomato leaf mould 231

Transcription 247, 263, 617 Transcripts 611

Transformation 21, 185, 337, 413, 449, 547, 625 Translation 305

Transposable elements 323 Triticum aestivum 369

tRNA genes 91

trp 449

U

Unequal crossing-over 1

Upstream homology 475 UV light 37

Vv

Vicinal diketone off-flavours 167

Viruslike particles 37

Ww

Wheat 91 Wine yeasts 421

Y

Yarrowia lipolytica 37 Yeast 9, 105, 297, 305, 387, 569, 583

Yeast genome 161

Yeast mitochondria 391, 497, 503 Yeast plasmid 185

Yeast transformation 519

z

Zygomycetes 599