Model fungi


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Model fungi

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Model fungi are commonly studied yeasts, moulds, mushrooms, filamentous or other fungal species chosen for the ease of investigating particular biological phenomena. Research on these fungi provide biological insights relevant to other organisms in areas such as genetics, cell biology, meiosis and pathogenesis.

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