Environmental cues for dispersal in a filamentous fungus in simulated islands

Justin Chan, Stephen Bonser, Jeff Powell & William Cornwell
Airborne dispersal is a key part of the life history of many saprotrophic fungi. Theory suggests a transition from growth and resource capture to airborne dispersal at some point as the resource availability in a patch declines, but in the absence of an experimental model system this theory has not been empirically tested. For saprobes, resources are arrayed in an ever-shifting archipelago of islands with the quality of each island being defined by patch size...
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