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FUNGAL GENETICS: PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE	1996
Edited by
Cees J. Bos

1.  Biology of fungi

2.  Mutation

3.  Meiotic recombination

4.  Somatic recombination

5.  Molecular genetic analysis

6.  Chromosomes, mitosis, and meiosis

7.  Extrachromosomal and transposable genetic elements

8.  Genetic transformation and vector developments in 
    filamentous fungi

9.  Mapping and breeding strategies

10. Mitochondrial genetics of Saccharomyces cerevisiae:
    the way from genetic crosses to transposable elements

11. Construction of a physical map of the Candida albicans 
    genome

12. Use of a heterologous gene as marker for genetic analysis
    in Aspergillus niger

13. Mutation in Neurospora crassa: from X-Rays to RIP

14. Genetic analysis and mapping of avirulence genes in
    Magnaporthe grisea

15. Generic analysis of senescence in Podospora anserina

16. Horizontal transmission in fungal populations

17. Genetic analysis in the imperfect fungus Cladosporium
    fulvum: The development of a map-based strategy for the
    cloning of genes involved in pathogenicity

18. Production and analysis of meiotic mutants in 
    Coprinus cinereus

19. A case study in fungal development and genetics:
    Schizophyllum commune

20. Genetics of Phycomyces

21. Genetic analysis in the Oomycetous fungus: 
    Phytophthora infestans

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