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Unformatted text preview: P6.p
cell.
How
would
relocating
the
 anchor
cell
next
to
the
P4.p
cell
in
a
wild‐type
hermaphrodite
affect
Pn.p
cell
fates
and
what
 phenotype
would
the
worm
have?
 
 The
P4.p
cell
would
adopt
a
primary
fate
and
P3.p
and
P5.p
would
become
secondary.
 These
cells
would
develop
into
a
vulva,
although
it
probably
would
not
connect
to
the
 gonad
and
therefore
me
non­functional.
 
 2
(6
pts).
You
have
isolated
five
neurospora
mutants
(A‐E)
that
fail
to
grow
in
the
absence
 of
vitamin
A.
You
make
the
following
double‐mutants
by
fusing
two
haploid
neurospora
 into
a
heterokaryon,
and...
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This note was uploaded on 04/05/2010 for the course MCB 104 taught by Professor Urnov during the Spring '09 term at University of California, Berkeley.

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