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Genes & Development
The filamentous fungus Nearospora crassa responds to nutrient deprivation and dessication by producing asexual spores, or conidia. These conidia are derived from differentiated aerial structures called conidiophores. The process of conidiation was analyzed in wild-type and morphological mutants using scanning electron microscopy (SEM) and specific fluorescent probes. The first discernible morphological step of conidiation is the transition from growth by hyphal tip elongation to growth bydoi:10.1101/gad.3.4.559 pmid:2524423 fatcat:a35fal77ljfhpf45u3io2fss6y