Are yeasts free-living unicellular eukaryotes?

Abstract

Yeasts are defined as unicellular fungi, yet many recent observations suggest their whole lifestyle is anything but unicellular. This review surveys the evidence that yeasts are really social organisms with cell-to-cell communication. 

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@article{Dickinson2005AreYF, title={Are yeasts free-living unicellular eukaryotes?}, author={Jo{\"{e}l Dickinson}, journal={Letters in applied microbiology}, year={2005}, volume={41 6}, pages={445-7} }