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I am doing lab work currently on yeast and I am a little confused as to why some yeast I grew on a media plate has a patch of red in the middle with a white border and everywhere else on the plate there is white yeast. I know that both the red and white are one strain and the same sex. The genotype of the yeast strain I am working with is alpha ade2 ade3 ura3 leu2 trp1 lys1/pDK255 LEU2 ADE3. So knowing all these things I'm hoping will help.
Re: What is responsible at the cellular level for red and white colors of yeast
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