Role of enzymes in growth and morphology of Neurospora crassa: cell-wall-bound enzymes and their possible role in branching.

Abstract

The cell wall of Neurospora crassa contains bound enzymes that can digest its structural polymers. These enzymes are not present at the same levels at all stages of growth. The levels of these autolytic enzymes vary and generally show some relationship to the process of branching. These enzymes were removed from the cell wall by beta-mercaptoethanol… (More)

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