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. Featuring the expertise of 19 international authorities, each chapter is a rich source of experimentation ideas. The book facilitates the application of novel techniques to existing problems in molecular mycology and explores potentials for major new research. This indispensable guide to a key scientific field benefits biologists, chemists, and other scientists.answered if a mutant devoid of the metabolite (enzyme activity) in question is studied under differentiation conditions. The second ... In this way three classes of events can be distinguished. ... These are CDC21 coding for thymidylate synthetase (Game, 1976), CDC19-1 coding for pyruvate kinase (Kawasaki, 1979) , andanbsp;...
|Title||:||Secondary Metabolism and Differentiation in Fungi|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 1983-07-21|