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Tradeoffs in hyphal traits determine mycelium architecture in saprobic fungi
The fungal mycelium represents the essence of the fungal lifestyle, and understanding how a mycelium is constructed is of fundamental importance in fungal biology and ecology. Previous studies have examined initial developmental patterns or focused on a few strains, often mutants of model species, and frequently grown under non-harmonized growth conditions; these factors currently collectively hamper systematic insights into rules of mycelium architecture. To address this, we here use a broaderdoi:10.17169/refubium-25466 fatcat:ghytkc7w2bbxzjimy26ferp6my