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Heterocaryotic Nature of Ring Formation in the Predaceous Fungus Dactylella doedycoides
William A. Feder, C. O. R. Everard and C. L. Duddington
New Series, Vol. 131, No. 3404 (Mar. 25, 1960), pp. 922-924
Published by: American Association for the Advancement of Science
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/1705034
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Morphologically indistinguishable conidia of the predaceous nematode-attacking hyphomycete Dactylella doedycoides Drechsler vary in their ability to produce constricting rings, depending upon their heterocaryotic state. Three types are noted: those producing rings with or without stimulation, those never producing rings, and a mixed or wild type, made up of a mixture of the first two types.
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