The filamentary fungus Phycomyces blakesleeanus undergoes a series of remarkable transitions during aerial growth. During what is known as the stage IV growth phase, the fungus extends while rotating in a counterclockwise manner when viewed from above (stage IVa) and then, while continuing to grow, spontaneously reverses to a clockwise rotation (stage IVb). This phase lasts for 24-48 h and is sometimes followed by yet another reversal (stage IVc) before the overall growth ends. Here, we propo...Expand abstract
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Spontaneous rotational inversion in Phycomyces.
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