MIG Seminar – Alex Andrianopoulos – 16th March, 2018
School of BioSciences, The University of Melbourne
MIG Associate Member
Friday 16th March
FW Jones Theatre, Medical Building, The University of Melbourne
Regulation of growth and morphogenesis
Fungi are eukaryotic microbes whose activities impact on heath, agriculture and biotechnology. They are also exceptionally good model organisms for studying fundamental biological processes. A critical aspect of fungal biology central to their activities is the generation and establishment of distinct morphological states. Using a combination of gene-centric, genomic and metabolic approaches, we have probed the molecular genetic basis of morphogenesis and how it relates to growth and differentiation.
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