3 edition of Fungal differentiation found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and indexes.
|Statement||edited by John E. Smith.|
|Series||Mycology series ;, v. 4|
|Contributions||Smith, John E.|
|LC Classifications||QK601 .F84 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 624 p. :|
|Number of Pages||624|
|LC Control Number||83005136|
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: Fungal Differentiation: A Contemporary Synthesis (Mycology series) (): John E. Smith: Books. Biotechnology and fungal differentiation. London ; New York: Academic Press on behalf of the Federation of European Microbiological Societies, (OCoLC) Online version: Biotechnology and fungal differentiation.
London ; New York: Academic Press on behalf of the Federation of European Microbiological Societies, (OCoLC) Book Description. The first source to unite secondary fungal metabolism and morphogenesis in one volume, Secondary Metabolism and Differentiation in Fungi treats biological systems as parts of a whole rather than as a series of individual elements, highlighting research in genetics, molecular biology, and ecology.
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Dekker, © (OCoLC) Document Type. Seventy-nine of 80 photographs were included for analysis. We excluded one photograph from the fungal trial because it depicted a mixed bacterial and fungal infection.
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Author and subject indexes are appended. INTRODUCTION TO MYCOLOGY The term "mycology" is derived from Greek word "mykes" meaning mushroom. Therefore mycology is the study of fungi. The ability of fungi to invade plant and animal tissue was observed in early 19th century but the first documented animal infection by any fungus was made by Bassi, who in studied the muscardine disease of silkworm and.
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Pathan, S. Tupe, M. Deshpande. This e-book includes several chapters on the most important and studied fungal models, written by specialists, discussing the biology of each species or genera, the general aspects controlling their dimorphic transition, the molecular aspects involved, the use of them as models for understanding the bases of biochemical and cell differentiation.
Cellular fatty acid composition of different filamentous fungi, including oomycetes, zygomycetes, ascomycetes, basidiomycetes, and sterile mycelia, was analyzed to determine if they can be differentiated from one another on this basis and how minor variations in culture temperature and age affect this by: Fungi research and knowledge grew rapidly following recent advances in genetics and genomics.
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The first source to unite secondary fungal metabolism and morphogenesis in one volume, Secondary Metabolism and Differentiation in Fungi treats biological systems as parts of a whole rather than as a series of individual elements, highlighting research in.
3 Fungal structure and ultrastructure 48 4 Fungal growth 67 5 Differentiation and development 85 6 Fungal nutrition 7 Fungal metabolism and fungal products 8 Environmental conditions for growth, and tolerance of extremes 9 Fungal genetics, molecular genetics, and genomics 10 Fungal spores, spore dormancy, and spore dispersal This book brings together twelve chapters on fungal pathogens with the goal of presenting an overview of the current areas of activity and the common themes that pervade research on these important organisms.
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IFU[A] Page 1 of 5 DERMATOPHYTE IDENTIFICATION CHART Terms for the Chart (below) Fungi: Nucleated, spore-bearing non-chlorophyll producing organisms which generally reproduce sexually and asexually, and whose filamentous, branched somatic structures are typically surrounded by rigid cell Size: KB.
The regulation of fungal metabolism, differentiation and development is considered in chapter ten, which covers an enormous amount of information with a considerable degree of success for the Author: J M Kelly. fungal (fŭng′gəl) also fungous (-gəs) adj. Of, relating to, resembling, or characteristic of a fungus.
Caused by a fungus. fungal (ˈfʌŋɡəl) adj 1. (Botany) of, derived from, or caused by a fungus or fungi: fungal spores; a fungal disease. (Pathology) of, derived from, or caused by a fungus or fungi: fungal spores; a fungal disease.
Polyamines in Fungi: Their Distribution, Metabolism, and Role in Cell Differentiation and Morphogenesis provides a complete overview of its topic.
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The book provides a coherent account of the subject and puts forward ideas that can provide a basis for future research. Throughout, the author blends together physiological, biochemical, structural and molecular descriptions within an.
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