Colin Orpin loved Tony Callaghan's figure as it showed both the basic morphology of a mature plant and the growth of the germinated zoospores that had invaded the plant tissue. It also nicely demonstrated both ‘ends’ of the vegetative stage of the growth cycle. Tony's winning image is now featured on our website 🙂
The network recently held a photo competition, which Colin Orpin kindly agreed to judge. Colin had 59 entries to choose from and paid particular attention to the quality of the image, its significance and originality. I am delighted to announce that Tony Callaghan from Aberystwyth University was placed first (see new image on our website). Yanfen … Continue reading Photo competition results!!
I had a lovely conversation with Colin Orpin the other evening - he was delighted to hear about our network and that anaerobic fungal research is still alive and kicking! For those of you not familiar with the name, Colin Orpin is the researcher who conducted much of the ground breaking work in the 1960s/70s … Continue reading Colin Orpin