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For investors who prefer the diversification offered by mutual funds to owning individual stocks, here are some of the biggest holders of the companies that were on the small-cap list as of Friday, Nov. 30.

CAM Commerce Solutions ( CADA):

( BPLSX) Robeco Boston Partners Long/Short allocated about 1.16% of its total portfolio as of May 31, according to Thomson Financial.

LSI Industries ( LYTS):

( GTWNX) Georgetowne Long/Short allocated about 4.97% of its total portfolio as of July 31, according to Thomson Financial.

( HRVIX) Heartland Value Plus allocated about 2.67% of its total portfolio as of July 31, according to Thomson Financial.

Neogen ( NEOG):

( ICPAX) Integrity Small Cap Growth allocated about 2.62% of its total portfolio as of Sept. 30, according to Thomson Financial.

( MMEYX) Munder Micro-Cap Equity allocated about 1.96% of its total portfolio as of Aug. 31, according to Thomson Financial.

Pericom Semiconductor ( PSEM):

( WMICX) Wasatch Micro Cap allocated about 1.51% of its total portfolio as of June 30, according to Thomson Financial.

( BJMIX) Brazos Micro Cap allocated about 1.90% of its total portfolio as of Sept. 30, according to Thomson Financial.

Actuate ( ACTU):

( CHEGX) Chinook Emerging Growth Fund allocated about 2.12% of its total portfolio as of Sept. 30, according to Thomson Financial.

( BMCFX) Bjurman, Barry Micro-Cap Growth Fund allocated about 1.83% of its total portfolio as of June 30, according to Thomson Financial.