Fungal Physiology

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John Wiley & Sons, Jun 22, 1996 - Nature - 458 pages
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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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Contents

Introduction to the Fungi
1
Chemistry of the Fungal Cell
23
Molecular Architecture
63
Growth
102
Chemical Requirements for Growth
130
Digestion and Transport
158
The Physical Environment and Growth
195
Primary Metabolism
215
Secondary Special Metabolism
246
Regulation of Metabolism
275
Mating and Meiosis
301
Spore Development
337
Spore Dormancy and Germination
375
Fungicides
399
Index
425
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