Thoroughly revised, this edition summarizes the field of fungal physiology from a dynamic, experimental perspective. Integrates molecular genetics with biochemistry and development of fungi. Reorganized into 14 chapters it describes the latest contemporary experimental approaches to fungal research as well as future developments.
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Introduction to the Fungi
Chemistry of the Fungal Cell
Chemical Requirements for Growth
Digestion and Transport
The Physical Environment and Growth
Achlya activity amino acid Ascomycetes ascospores Aspergillus nidulans Bacteriol Basidiomycetes biochemical Biol biosynthesis carbon cell wall cellulose charomyces chemical chitin chromosomes cloned complex compounds concentration conidia culture cycle cytoplasm differentiation diploid effects encoded enzymes eucaryotes factors filamentous fungi formation function fungal fungi fungicides fungus galactose genes genetic genome germination glucose glutamate growth rate hormone hyphae inhibition inhibitors involved isolated light lignin lipid mating mating-type mechanism medium meiosis membrane metabolites Microbiol mitochondrial molecular molecules mRNA mutants mycelial mycelium Mycol Neurospora crassa nitrogen nuclear nuclei nutrients occur Oomycetes organisms pathogenic pathway peptide phase phosphate Phycomyces plant plasmalemma plasmids polymerase polysaccharides pombe produced protein regulation regulatory repression response ribosomes role Saccharomyces cerevisiae secondary metabolism sequence specific spores sporulation strains structure studies substrate subunits sugar synthase synthesis Table temperature tion toxins transcription transport utilization vacuoles yeast zoospores