Fungal Decision to Exploit or Explore Depends on Growth Rate

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Veresoglou, S.D., Wang, D., Andrade-Linares, D.R. et al. Fungal Decision to Exploit or Explore Depends on Growth Rate. Microb Ecol 75, 289–292 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00248-017-1053-4

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Keywords

  • Fungal ecology
  • Microbial model systems
  • Modular organisms
  • Optimal foraging theory
  • Phylogenetically independent contrasts