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Abstract

strain S288C/1 was grown in a glucose-limited chemostat. At the fastest growth rates filamentous forms constituted a small percentage of the total cell number and were presumed to arise from the failure of cells to undergo cell separation. The phenomenon seemed to be distinct from chain formation, dimorphism and pseudomycelial growth and showed extensive analogies with the duplication cycle described for the filamentous fungi.

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