The filamentous fungi: Developmental mycology

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Edward Arnold, 1978 - Science - 464 pages
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Differentiation; Nuclear control of differentiation; The cytology of hyphal tip growth; The ensymology of hyphal growth; Form and function of septa in filamentous fungi; Nucleic acid and protein synthesis during fungal spore germination; Protoplasts and their developement; The duplication cycle and vegetative development in moulds; Fungal dimorphism: a particular expression of cell wall morphogenesis; Sclerotium formation; Asexual sporulation in filamentous fungi; Genetics of vegetative growth and asexual reproduction; Sexual morphogenesis in the phycomycetes; Dikaryon formation in higher basidiomycetes; Hymenial cytodifferentiation in basidiomycetes; Sexual morphogenesis in the ascomycetes; Light-induced fungal development; Temperature-induced fungal development; Circadian rhytms; Cell ageing and autolysis; Cytoplasmic inheritance and senescence; Fungal development and metabolic formation.

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