Events

DES Seminar by Lucy Lui (PhD Candidate)


28 June 2013

Indeterminate Fungal Growth and Nutritional Heterogeneity

Abstract:

Fungi play an important role in ecology. They can be found in nutritionally complex environments. Roots of around 80% of land plant species have an association with fungi and these fungi can utilize up to 20% of net plant photosynthates. We know little about how fungal growth responds to nutritional heterogeneity in the environment. In the last three years, I have used both laboratory experiments and mathematic models as approaches to try and understand this question. In this talk, I will present the results from this study.

All welcome to attend.


Time: 4PM

Location: Room 422, Biomedical Building C81, ATP

Contact: Dr Brett Whelan

Phone: 02 8627 1132

Email: 073c064c0e1c5c501c21352c351849360b30371c2131141c290f