Alternative fruiting pathways in phycomyces.

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Developmental distinctions between giant and dwarf fruiting bodies of Phycomyces blakesleeanus (Burgeff) were studied by means of size measurements and growth analyses. Histograms of fruiting body lengths showed a bimodal distribution, with peaks around 0.3 millimeter (dwarfs) and 30 millimeters (giants). Individual cultures contain both giants and dwarfs… (More)

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@article{Thornton1972AlternativeFP, title={Alternative fruiting pathways in phycomyces.}, author={Robert M. Thornton}, journal={Plant physiology}, year={1972}, volume={49 2}, pages={194-7} }