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The Physiology of Fungal Nutrition

By: DH Jennings
622 pages, 108 line illus, 99 tabs
The Physiology of Fungal Nutrition
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  • The Physiology of Fungal Nutrition ISBN: 9780521038164 Paperback Jul 2007 Usually dispatched within 1-2 weeks
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About this book

The nutrition of a vegetative fungal colony can be viewed as a web of interconnected processes. This volume provides a mechanistic basis to the subject of fungal nutrition, which takes into consideration biochemical and molecular biological, as well as physiological, information.

Originally published in 1995.

Contents

Introduction; 1. Primary active transport; 2. The relationship between membrane transport and growth; 3. Walls and membranes; 4. The vacuolar compartment (vacuole); 5. Carbon; 6. Nitrogen; 7. Phosphorus; 8. Sulphur; 9. Growth factors; 10. Potassium and other alkali metal cations; 11. Multivalent metals (required or toxic); 12. Organic acids; 13. Water relations and salinity; 14. Nutrient movement within the colony; Literature cited; Index.

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By: DH Jennings
622 pages, 108 line illus, 99 tabs
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'A real fungal physiology text.' David Moore, Nature
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