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The mycelium may support asexual and/or sexual reproductive structures, the former usually preceding the latter in their development. The induction of reproductive structures is probably associated with the establishment in the environment of conditions which are relatively unfavourable for growth; for example, exhaustion of a nutrient or accumulation in the medium of inhibitory products. The formation of reproductive structures in at least some species is associated with a turnover of certain cytoplasmic and wall polymers.

Hyphae at the outer fringe of the peripheral growth zone are thin walled, full of protoplasm (Butler, 1966)and rich in RNA and DNA (Yanagita and Kogane, 1962). The cytoplasm in hyphae more distant from the margin of the colony is vacuolated and the degree of vacuolation increases distally (Park and Robinson, 1967). Intrahyphal hyphae (Lowry and Sussman, 1966 ; Trinci and Righelato, 1970)are rarely if ever formed in the peripheral growth zone, and the septa1 pores of septate hyphae usually remained unplugged (Trinci and Collinge, 1973).

1968). Subse- THE PHYSIOLOGY AND METABOLIC CONTROL OF FUNGAL GROWTH 41 quently the growth kinetics of several other fungi-mainly aspergilli-under continuous-flow conditions have been described. Typical steady state biomass and substrate concentrations as functions of dilution rate are shown in Fig. 3 for a glucose-limited chemostat culture of Aspergillus nzdulum 13 mel. 05 h-* demonstrates the validity of applying the general chemostat theory to filamentous fungi. 1 1 g 1-' and is similar to values reported for other fungi.

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