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Age-dependent differential responses of Saprolegnia hyphal tips to a helical growth-inducing factor in the agar substitute, gellanKAMINSKYJ, S. G. W; HEATH, I. B.Experimental mycology. 1992, Vol 16, Num 3, pp 230-239, issn 0147-5975Article

Characterization of EctomycorrhizaAGERER, R.Methods in microbiology. 1991, Vol 23, pp 25-73, issn 0580-9517Article

Normal and deficient neutrophils can cooperate to damage Aspergillus fumigatus hyphaeREX, J. H; BENNETT, J. E; GALLIN, J. I et al.The Journal of infectious diseases. 1990, Vol 162, Num 2, pp 523-528, issn 0022-1899Article

Crystal-like deposits on the hypae of Rhizoctonia solani in soilsAKINO, S; HYAKUMACHI, M; KOBAYASHI, K et al.1987, Vol 28, Num 4, pp 351-357Article

Nuclei plug septal pores in severed hyphae of Sordaria brevicollisCOLLINGE, A. J; MARKHAM, P.FEMS microbiology letters. 1987, Vol 44, Num 1, pp 85-90, issn 0378-1097Article

Spore ontogeny of the arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus Archaeospora trappei (Ames & Linderman) Morton & Redecker (Archaeosporaceae)HAFEEL, Kalideen M.Mycorrhiza (Berlin). 2004, Vol 14, Num 3, pp 213-219, issn 0940-6360, 7 p.Article

A model for hyphae effects in phosphorus absorption by plantsDORNELES, M. R. F; DA SILVA, C. M; GOMES, A. A et al.Ecological modelling. 2001, Vol 142, Num 1-2, pp 83-89, issn 0304-3800Article

External hyphae of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi associated with Trifolium subterraneum L. II: Hyphal transport of 32P over defined distancesJAKOBSEN, I; ABBOTT, L. K; ROBSON, A. D et al.New phytologist. 1992, Vol 120, Num 4, pp 509-516, issn 0028-646XArticle

Sensitivities of various Oomycetes to hymexazol and metalaxylKATO, S; COE, R; NEW, L et al.Journal of general microbiology. 1990, Vol 136, Num 10, pp 2127-2134, issn 0022-1287, 8 p.Article

The vegetative hyphal septum of Lecophagus fasciculatusABRO, H; DICK, M. W.Mycological research (Print). 1990, Vol 94, pp 420-421, issn 0953-7562, 3Article

Cytoplasmic migration and intracellular organelle movements during tip growth of fungal hyphaeMCKERRACHER, L. J; HEATH, I. B.Experimental mycology. 1987, Vol 11, Num 2, pp 79-100, issn 0147-5975Article

Aerial organs and cell death in Podospora anserina mutants : relationship with protoplasmic incompatibilityBERNET, J.Experimental mycology. 1991, Vol 15, Num 3, pp 215-222, issn 0147-5975Article

Stepwise increase of elongation rate in individual hyphae of Streptomyces granaticolor during outgrowthKRETSCHMER, S.Journal of basic microbiology. 1988, Vol 28, Num 1-2, pp 35-43, issn 0233-111XArticle

The differential vitality of intraradical mycorrhizal structures and its implicationsSTADDON, P. L; FITTER, A. H.Soil biology & biochemistry. 2001, Vol 33, Num 1, pp 129-132, issn 0038-0717Article

Evaluation of antifungal volatile compounds on the basis of the elongation rate of a single hyphaMATSUOKA, H; II, Y; TAKEKAWA, Y et al.Applied and environmental microbiology (Print). 1990, Vol 56, Num 12, pp 3779-3784, issn 0099-2240Article

Ultrastructure of the Hyphae of Saprolegnia parasiticaDEHAI XU; ROGERS, W. A; RUSHING, A. E et al.Journal of aquatic animal health. 1990, Vol 2, Num 4, pp 289-294, issn 0899-7659Article

Actin in Mucor rouxiiSABANERO, M; ZAZUETA, R.FEMS microbiology letters. 1989, Vol 60, Num 2, pp 227-231, issn 0378-1097Article

Development and extension of mycelial cords in soil at different temperatures and moisture contentsDOWSON, C. G; BODDY, L; RAYNER, A. D. M et al.Mycological research (Print). 1989, Vol 92, Num 4, pp 383-391, issn 0953-7562, 9 p.Article

Efficient gene replacement and direct hyphal transformation in Sclerotinia sclerotiorumLEVY, M; ERENTAL, A; YARDEN, O et al.Molecular plant pathology. 2008, Vol 9, Num 5, pp 719-725, issn 1464-6722, 7 p.Article

On the origin and functions of hyphal walls and turgor pressureMONEY, N. P.Mycological research (Print). 1999, Vol 103, issn 0953-7562, p. 1360, 10Article

Ultrastructural observations on Helvellaceae (Pezizales; Ascomycetes). III : Septal structures in HelvellaKIMBROUGH, J. W; GIBSON, J. L.Mycologia. 1989, Vol 81, Num 6, pp 914-920, issn 0027-5514Article

Deoxyribonucleic acid homologies of Hyphomicrobium spp., Hyphomonas spp., and other hyphal, budding bacteriaGEBERS, R; MARTENS, B; WEHMEYER, U et al.International journal of systematic bacteriology. 1986, Vol 36, Num 2, pp 241-245, issn 0020-7713Article

Polyphosphates in intraradical and extraradical hyphae of an arbuscular mycorrhizal fungus, Gigaspora margaritaSOLAIMAN, M. Z; EZAWA, T; KOJIMA, T et al.Applied and environmental microbiology (Print). 1999, Vol 65, Num 12, pp 5604-5606, issn 0099-2240Article

Two mathematical models for the development of a single microbial pellet. I: Detailed morphological model based on the description of individual hyphaeMEYERHOFF, J; TILLER, V; BELLGARDT, K.-H et al.Bioprocess engineering (Berlin, West). 1995, Vol 12, Num 6, pp 305-313, issn 0178-515XArticle

Plant species that can be linked by VA mycorrhizal fungiNEWMAN, E. I; DEVOY, C. L. N; EASEN, N. J et al.New phytologist. 1994, Vol 126, Num 4, pp 691-693, issn 0028-646XArticle

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