This is a comprehensive text, which brings together for the first time recent advances in the cell biology, physiology, genetics, growth and differentiation of the filamentous fungi. Many of these advances have been achieved by the application of new cytological, biochemical and molecular techniques. Written by an international team of experts, this textbook provides a broad review of the subject area and illustrates what is fascinating and unique about this group of organisms. This book is essential reading for students of mycology and researchers requiring greater knowledge of their subject.(e) Vacuoles Probably because their appearance under the electron microscope is often that of apparently mainly empty space within hyphae, ... has suggested that vacuoles merely result from the withdrawal of useful functional cytoplasm leaving empty non-functional space. ... (1990) and will not be reiterated here.
|Author||:||Neil A. R. Gow, Geoffrey M. Gadd|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 1995|