Bioinformatic Analysis of Genomic and Transcriptomic Variation in Fungi

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Gehrmann, T. (2018)

Fungi are microorganisms whose astounding variety can be found in every conceivable ecosystem on the planet. Fungi are nutrient recyclers, playing an irreplaceable role in the carbon cycle. They grow on land and in the sea, on plants and animals and in the soil. They fe... View more
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