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Abstract

Carbon-limited growth of in chemostats under certain conditions of dissolved oxygen concentration and temperature gave rise to multiseptate and branched hyphal cells. On the basis of these observations it is suggested that fission can be uncoupled from growth, nuclear processes and septation.

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