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  • The effects of fungal inoculum arrangement (scale and context) on emergent community development in an agar model system 

    Sturrock, Craig J.; Ritz, Karl; Samson, William B.; Bown, James L.; Staines, Harry J.; Palfreyman, John W.; Crawford, John W.; White, Nia A. (Blackwell Publishing, 2002-01)
    Consequences of initial spatial organisation of model fungal communities upon their spatio-temporal development were investigated. Dynamics of prescribed two- and three-species 'communities' developing on tessellated agar ...
  • Evidence for emergent behaviour in the community-scale dynamics of a fungal microcosm 

    Bown, James L.; Sturrock, Craig J.; Samson, William B.; Staines, Harry J.; Palfreyman, John W.; White, Nia A.; Ritz, Karl; Crawford, J. W. (Royal Society, 1999-10-07)
    A stochastic cellular automaton for modelling the dynamics of a two–species fungal microcosm is presented. The state of each cell in the automaton depends on the state of a predefined neighbourhood via a set of conditional ...
  • Interspecific fungal interactions in spatially heterogeneous systems 

    White, Nia A.; Sturrock, Craig J.; Ritz, Karl; Samson, William B.; Bown, James L.; Staines, Harry J.; Palfreyman, John W.; Crawford, John (Elsevier, 1998-09)
    The community dynamics of two- and three-fungal species interactions derived for a tessellated agar model system are described. The microcosm allows for the varied prescription of: (1) the number of fungal species interacting; ...
  • The relationship between ‘wild’ and ‘building’ isolates of the dry rot fungus Serpula lacrymans 

    Palfreyman, John W.; Gartland, Jill S.; Sturrock, Craig J.; Lester, Doug; White, Nia A.; Low, Gordon A.; Bech-Andersen, Joergen; Cooke, David E. L. (Blackwell Publishing, 2003-11)
    Molecular and morphological parameters of Serpula lacrymans isolates from various sites in the built environment in Europe and Australia were compared to similar parameters of ‘wild’ isolates from India, the Sumava Mountains ...