|Author:||Sui-Wai Chiu,David Moore|
|Title:||Patterns in Fungal Development|
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|Publisher:||Cambridge University Press; 1 edition (September 13, 1996)|
Patterns in Fungal Development. Book · June 1996 with 112 Reads. Publisher: 9780521560474. Publisher: Cambridge University Press. The challenge taken up in this book is to establish whether evidence exists for such mechanisms in the development of fungal structures. All content in this area was uploaded by David Moore.
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Fungal development, whilst pre senting particular pr oblems of its own, may nevertheless have parallels with morphogenesis in higher organisms. Such parallels are worth pursuing because of the conceptual fram ework which is already established Coprinus cinereus developm ent. Siu Wai Chiu and David Moore. Table 1. Fruiting pattern of cultures inoculated with lamellae of Coprinus cine reus. Physiological age at explantation. The types of fruiting patterns observed on cultures inoculated with isolated lamellae are summarized in Table 1. This shows a clear dependence of the type of fruiting pattern on physiological age; tissues explanted prior to karyogamy showing a pre-ponderance of direct fruiting, those explanted during or after meiosis showing a minimum of direct fruiting.
Chiu, S. W. & Moore, D. (1996) Patterns in Fungal Development. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, U. K. Chiu, S. (1990) A mechanism for gill pattern formation in Coprinus cinereus. V. The role of light on basidiocarp initiation, mitosis, and hymenium differentiation in Coprinus lagopus. Canadian Journal of Botany52, 299-305. Cell degeneration and gill remodelling during basidiocarp development in the fungus Coprinus cinereus. Canadian Journal of Botany69, 1161-1169.
The theory of pattern formation, assumed to be applicable to all multicellular organisms, has been developed largely through the study of animal, and to a lesser extent, plant systems.
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