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Meškauskas A, Fricker M.D, Moore D (2004). Simulating colonial growth of fungi with the Neighbour-Sensing model of hyphal growth. Mycological research, 108(Pt 11):1241-56.

Meškauskas A., Lehmann-Horn F., Jurkat-Rott K (2004) Sight: automating genomic data-mining without programming skills. Bioinformatics, 20(11), 1718-20

Meškauskas, A., McNulty, Moore, D. (2004). Concerted regulation of tropisms in all hyphal tips is sufficient to generate most fungal structures. Mycological research 108, 341-353.

Meškauskas A., Moore D., Novak Frazier L. (1999). Mathematical modelling of morphogenesis in fungi. 2. A key role for curvature compensation ('autotropism') in the local curvature distribution model. New Phytologist, 143, 387-399.

Meškauskas A., Jurkoniene S., Moore D. (1999). Spatial organization of the gravitropic response in plants: applicability of the revised local curvature distribution model to Triticum aestivum coleoptiles. New Phytologist 143, 401-407.

Meškauskas A., Moore D., Novak Frazier L. (1998). Mathematical modelling of morphogenesis in fungi. Spatial organization of the gravitropic response in the mushroom stem of Coprinus cinereus. New Phytologist 140, 111-123.

Maximov G., Meškauskas A., Jurkoniene S., Merkys A. (1996). The role of calcium in different stages of gravitropic reaction. Russian Journal of Plant Physiology (translated in United States), 43, 6-9.

Moore, D., McNulty L. J., Meškauskas, A. (2004). Branching in fungal hyphae and fungal tissues: growing mycelia in a desktop computer. An invited chapter for the book Branching Morphogenesis, ed. J. Davies. ISBN: 978-0-387-25615-3, 246 p.

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