Unusual hyphal branching

L.J.L.D. Van Griensven mushex!vg at relay.NL.net
Wed Dec 1 10:16:57 EST 1993


Hi

Unusual hyphal branching is studied for edible mushrooms
by the unsiversity of toronto. Maybe you may try to contact Prof.  
Horgen at phorgen at credit.erin.utoronto.ca who may tell you more about  
his current research.

Leo van Griensven
Mushroom Experimental Station
Holland



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we have observed unusual hyphal branching within the host of  
Acremonium
lolii (an endophyte of ryegrass)  isolates which show variant growth
forms when grown in culture. This frequent branching, with odd
pertuberances is not observed in the parental strain which gave rise  
to
these variants. 


Has anyone observed a change in any plant/fungus interaction where  
the
fungal hyphae are either branching more than normal or they show odd
pertuberances.

thankyou,
                  Rich.



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