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Methods for predirecting mutations into specific areas of the chromosome of a cephalosporin producing Streptomyces lipmanii and S . , 1973). , 1977; Kleckner, 1977; Shapiro, 1977) have not yet been discovered among organisms of commercial interest. Discovery of such elements can open new avenues for isolating mutants. IV. Mutants A. , 1976). Some of these phenotypes include slower growth rates at normal temperature, the ability to grow at high temperature, hypersensitivity to antibiotics, and altered host-controlled modification (Dunn and Holloway, 1971; Raynal, 1977).