Dimorphic Fungi:

Their Importance As Models For Differentiation And Fungal Pathogenesis

Editor(s): José Ruiz-Herrera

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Dimorphism can be defined as the property of different fungal species to grow in the form of budding yeasts or in the form of mycelium, depending on the environmental conditions. Dimorphism may be ...
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An Introduction to Fungal Dimorphism

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Development and Dimorphism of the Yeast Yarrowia lipolytica

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