From yeast to hypha: How Candida albicans makes the switch

From yeast to hypha: How Candida albicans makes the switch

From yeast to hypha: How Candida albicans makes the switch

You might call Candida albicans a shape-shifter: As this fungus grows, it can multiply as single, oval-shaped cells called yeast or propagate in an elongated form called hypha, consisting of thread-like filaments.
From yeast to hypha: How Candida albicans makes the switch