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The second edition has been fully updated and includes several new chapters covering emerging topics in fungal cell biology
Bridges studies from a variety of communities of scientists and provides an integrative synthesis of a diversity of fields
This is the second edition of the essential work on fungal cell biology. It seeks to answer the fundamental question: What makes the fungal cell unique among eukaryotes and what features are shared?
This fully updated volume addresses some of these most persistent and fascinating questions as they relate to the growth and development of both yeast and hyphal forms of fungi.
Beginning with subcellular components, the book moves on to topics including cell organization and polarity. It then moves beyond these matters to examine the cell biology of spores, the biomechanics of invasive growth, and many other subjects.
This second edition, aimed at researchers, includes several new chapters covering emerging topics in fungal cell biology, and, most importantly, provides links between studies from a number of scientists, offering a synthesis of research in a variety of fields.