Mathematical modelling of fungal growth and function

Fordyce A. Davidson, Graeme P. Boswell, Mark W.F. Fischer, Luke Heaton, Daniel Hofstadler, Marcus Roper

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Abstract

This contribution is based on the six presentations given at the Special Interest Group meeting on Mathematical modelling of fungal growth and function held during IMC9. The topics covered aspects of fungal growth ranging across several orders of magnitude of spatial and temporal scales from the biomechanics of spore ejection, vesicle trafficking and hyphal tip growth to the form and function of mycelial networks. Each contribution demonstrated an interdisciplinary approach to questions at specific scales. Collectively, they represented a significant advance in the multi-scale understanding of fungal biology.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)33-37
Number of pages5
JournalIMA Fungus
Volume2
Issue number1
Publication statusPublished - 13 May 2011

Keywords

  • Flow
  • Hyphal networks
  • Mathematical modelling
  • Multi-scale

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    Davidson, F. A., Boswell, G. P., Fischer, M. W. F., Heaton, L., Hofstadler, D., & Roper, M. (2011). Mathematical modelling of fungal growth and function. IMA Fungus, 2(1), 33-37.