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Abstract

SUMMARY: The process of regeneration of mycelial protoplasts from wild-type and strain 76 has been investigated. In liquid media two patterns of regeneration were observed. In the first, the protoplasts produced chains of yeastlike cells and eventually the terminal cell produced a hypha. In the second wall ‘shells’ were formed into which the cytoplasm migrated. It is suggested that the mechanism of regeneration reflects the site of origin of the protoplast from the parent hypha.

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