Carl C Lindegren

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  • 1973-12 Oxidative detoxication of thallium in the yeast mitochondria in ANTONIE VAN LEEUWENHOEK
  • 1972-12 Staining yeast cells for electron microscopy by growth in copper-containing nutrient broth in ANTONIE VAN LEEUWENHOEK
  • 1971-12 Thallium as a Vital Stain for Yeast Mitochondria in NATURE
  • 1965-10 Circulation in the Cell in NATURE
  • 1965-02 Induction of an Alpha-Glucosidase by Glucose in NATURE
  • 1964-11 Addendum in NATURE
  • 1964-10 A New Theory to Explain Crossing-Over Between Genes on Chromosomes in NATURE
  • 1964-08 Palatinose Element of the Receptor of the Melezitose Locus in Saccharomyces in NATURE
  • 1963-08 Repressers, Cryptic Enzymes and Structural Genes in NATURE
  • 1963-06 Nucleoprotein Layer of the Yeast Cell in NATURE
  • 1963-06 Lamarckian Proteins in NATURE
  • 1962-09 Origin of the Endoplasmic Reticulum in NATURE
  • 1962-04 A Hypothesis of Viral Pathogenesis in NATURE
  • 1962-04 Centromeres, Sites of Affinity and Gene Loci on the Chromosomes of Saccharomyces in NATURE
  • 1961-12 The zymophage in ANTONIE VAN LEEUWENHOEK
  • 1961-03 A Hypothesis Concerning the Mechanism of Gene Action in NATURE
  • 1959-12 The “all-or-none” nature of X-ray induced backmutation at the melezitose locus in Saccharomyces in GENETICA
  • 1959-12 Orthoorientation: A new tool for genetical analysis in GENETICA
  • 1959-12 The integrity of the centriole inSaccharomyces in ANTONIE VAN LEEUWENHOEK
  • 1959-08 Cancer and the Respiratory Grana in NATURE
  • 1959-03 Chromosome Maps of Saccharomyces in NATURE
  • 1958-12 Priority in gene-conversion in CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
  • 1958-08 Induction of Respiratory Deficiency in Yeast by Manganese, Copper, Cobalt and Nickel in NATURE
  • 1958-07 Effects of Environment (Radiation, Substrate and Allelic Genes) on the Melezitose Gene in Saccharomyces in NATURE
  • 1957-12 Genetical analysis of the clones from a single tetrad of saccharomyces showing non-Mendelian segragation in GENETICA
  • 1957-12 Mapping methods in tetrad analysis I. Provisional arrangement and ordering of loci preliminary to map construction by analysis of tetrad distribution in GENETICA
  • 1957-10 The localized crossover and a new hypothesis of chromosomal interference in CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
  • 1957-03 Direct Effect of Preferential Segregation on the Origin of Polysomy in NATURE
  • 1957-01 The interpretation of genetical data in CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
  • 1956-12 The distribution of chromatin in budding yeast cells in ANTONIE VAN LEEUWENHOEK
  • 1956-11 A general theory of crossing-over in JOURNAL OF GENETICS
  • 1956-10 Effect of the Local Chromosomal Environment upon the Genotype in NATURE
  • 1956-06 Cytoplasmic Structures in Yeasts in NATURE
  • 1956-05 Nonrandom assortment of centromeres with implications regarding random assortment of the chromosomes in CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
  • 1955-12 Is the Gene a Prime Mover? in NATURE
  • 1955-12 Growth rates of individual yeast cells in GENETICA
  • 1955-10 Gene Control of Copper-Sensitivity in Saccharomyces in NATURE
  • 1955-03 The Hypothesis of Chromosomal Interference in NATURE
  • 1954-02 Long-Term Adaptation to the Fermentation of Galactose in Saccharomyces chevalieri in NATURE
  • 1953-12 The genetics of melezitose fermentation in Saccharomyces in GENETICA
  • 1953-10 Occurrence of Verticillium in potato tubers in India. in NATURE
  • 1953-07 Gene conversion inSaccharomyces in JOURNAL OF GENETICS
  • 1953-02 Concepts of gene-structure and gene-action derived from tetrad analysis of saccharomyces in CELLULAR AND MOLECULAR LIFE SCIENCES
  • 1952-12 Proximity of Genes Controlling the Fermentation of Similar Carbohydrates in Saccharomyces in NATURE
  • 1952-05 Absence of the Pre-adaptive Utilization of Galactose by Yeasts in NATURE
  • 1951-11 Gene Function in the Homologous and Heterologous Induction of α-Glucosidases in Yeast by α-Glucosides in NATURE
  • 1950-01 Carbohydrase Specificity in Saccharomyces Hybrids in NATURE
  • 1938-09 The chromosomes ofNeurospora crassa in JOURNAL OF GENETICS
  • 1936-04 A six-point map of the sex-chromosome ofNeurospora crassa in JOURNAL OF GENETICS
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