TABLE 1

Strains of yeast used in this study

StrainSFPsFrequency
(per base pair)a
GenotypebReference
S288c3̃0MATα SUC2 mal mel gal2 CUP1 flo1 flo8-1Mortimer and Johnston (1986)
A364A1051633MATa ade1 ade2 ura1 his7 lys2 tyr1 gal1 SUC mal cup (S)Hartwell (1967)
SK13754177MATa/MATα HO can1 (R) gal2 cup(s)Kane and Roth (1974)
W303885751MATa ade2-1 ura3-1 his3-11 trp1-1 leu2-3 leu2-112 can1-100Thomas and Rothstein (1989)
YJM7891901350MATα ho::hisG lys2 cyhMcCusker et al. 1994; Winzeler et al. (1998)
X2180-1A00MATa SUC2 mal mel gal2 CUP1Mortimer and Johnston (1986)
Y1023029219MATα lys2 MAL1 SUC1 gal3McCusker and Haber (1988)
EM934141607MATaSUC2/SUC2 GAL/gal2 CUP1/cup FLO1/flo1 MAL/MAL mel/mel can (r)Mortimer and Johnston (1986)
3962c1558427MATaBechet et al. 1970
Σ1278b1512440MATαGrenson et al. 1966; Liu et al. (1993)
m28s23087215Cavalieri et al. (2000)
m28f22708245Cavalieri et al. (2000)
M1-25401123MATaCavalieri et al. (2000)
99r2143109MATα SUC2 GAL CUP1 MAL mel ade1 can (r) FLOMortimer and Johnston (1986)
  • a Numbers of polymorphisms per genome are estimations. Sequencing of selected regions of SK1 and Y102 revealed polymorphisms at ̃1/200 bases and 1/350 bases in YJM789. Representative regions may not have been chosen.

  • b In most cases haploid strains were used. SK1 is an isogenic diploid, while EM93 and M1-2 are heterothallic wild strains.