More Gene Manipulations in Fungi by J. W. Bennette (Eds.)

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There is good evidence, particularly in hyphal cells, that vesicles need not move directly to the cell surface after being produced but can be transported to the apical region over a relatively long distance. If the places of formation and release are different, the VSC refers to the place where vesicles are released on their final journey toward the cell surface. 2. A New Mathematical Model of Fungal Morphogenesis 33 vesicles in all directions. g. the apical pole). Vesicles need only be endowed with the ability to move toward the cell surface in any random direction.

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A hyphoid curve plotted on an arbitrary scale from equation y = χ cot (xV/N). Reproduced, with permission, from Bartnicki-Garcia et al. (1989). , 1971; Barstow and Lovett, 1974; Collinge and Trinci, 1974; Howard and Aist, 1979) and translocate them to the tip. The model predicts that the collected vesicles would be first delivered to a distribution center (VSC) from which they would be free to migrate in any random direction toward the cell surface. Accordingly, the VSC represents a terminal collection point for vesicles that may be traveling along cytoskeletal tracks to the tip.

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