Allomyces

Allomyces

[a·lō′mī‚sēz]
(mycology)
A genus of aquatic phycomycetous fungi in the order Blastocladiales characterized by basal rhizoids, terminal hyphae, and zoospores with a single posterior flagellum.
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The chemotactic activity of various sirenins and analogues and the uptake of sirenin by the sperm of allomyces.
Evidence for a male-produced pheromone in Allomyces macrogynus.
Effects of analogs of the fungal sexual pheromone sirenin on male gamete motility in Allomyces macrogynus.
Some years later, Wolf (1941) identified several species of Allomyces E.
An experimental study of the life cycles and taxonomy of Allomyces.
Primer registro de Allomyces neomoniliformis (Chytridiomycota) y Dictyuchus missouriensis (Oomycota) aislados de un suelo agricola (Buenos Aires, Argentina).
Primera cita de Allomyces macrogynous (Fungi) en un suelo agricola del pdo.
Paternal inheritance of the mitochondrial DNA in interspecific crosses of the aquatic fungus Allomyces.
The mitochondrial DNA of Allomyces macrogynus: the complete genomic sequence from an ancestral fungus.