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- Aspergillus fumigatus is a concern in hospital environment since it can easily infect patients.
- Aspergillus fumigatus is a common fungus.
- Aspergillus fumigatus is a filamentous fungal saprophyte that is ubiquitous in the environment.
- Aspergillus fumigatus is a fungus infection which is often seen affecting the nasal cavity of long-nosed dogs.
- Aspergillus fumigatus is a life-threatening and increasingly frequent pathogen of the immunocompromised.
- Agaricaceae is a family of basidiomycete fungi and includes organisms previously known as Tulostomataceae and Lepiotaceae.
- Agaricaceae is a family of fungi that contains about 50 genera including Agaricus, the mushrooms.
- Agaricaceae is a large family of fungi including many familiar mushrooms.
- The Agaricaceae is a family of Basidiomycete fungi and includes organisms previously known as Tulostomataceae and .Coprinaceae.
- The Agaricaceae is a family of basidiomycete fungi and includes organisms previously known as Tulostomataceae and Lepiotaceae.
- Agaricales are your stereotypical mushroom -- an umbrella-like cap with gills on the underside radiating from a centrally positioned stalk.
- Agaricales: An extensive order of Basidiomycetous fungi whose fruiting bodies are commonly called mushrooms.
- Agarics are soft and fleshy and short-lived.
- Agarics are ubiquitous, being found across all continents.
- Agaricus is a genus of mostly medium to large gilled mushrooms.
- Agaricus is a large and important genus of mushroom s containing both edible and poisonous species, some of which may be difficult to distinguish.
- Agaricus is a large and important genus of mushrooms containing both edible and poisonous species, with possibly over 300 members worldwide.
- Agaricus is an imperfectly documented genus in North America, and there is no authoritative contemporary treatise covering the genus across the continent.
- Agaricus is used in homeopathy for twitching and spasms and for back pain markedly worse from sitting .
- Amadou is a fourteen-year-old boy who lives in a village in West Africa.
- Amadou is a natural fungus of brown colour used by fly fishermen for drying out fly lures.
- Amadou is a species of fungus that grows in shelf-like formations on old trees.
- Amadou is a spongy, flammable substance prepared from bracket fungi.
- Amadou is a three column layout with both sidebars on the right.
- Arbuscular mycorrhiza is a mutually beneficial symbiosis or partnership between beneficial soil fungi and plants.
- Arbuscular mycorrhiza is the dominant type in the tropics, and in grasslands and deserts of temperate latitudes.
- Asci are characteristic of the Ascomycetes.
- Asci are difficult to see, but their outlines are readily visible.
- Asci are ellipsoid, solitary or in clusters, with 8 ascospores and ascus walls that readily dissolve.
- Asci are formed at the tips of hyphae on the inner layer of a structure called the ascoma.
- Asci are formed when two hyphae that are sexually compatible conjugate.
- An ascocarp is the fruiting body of some ascomycete fungi, containing millions of asci, each of which contains typically eight ascospores.
- Ascocarp: the fruiting body of an ascomycete; the multicellular structure that produces asci, and acts as the platform from which the spores are launched.
- The ascocarp is a perithecium in most species.
- The ascocarp is classified according to its placement (in ways which are not fundamental to the basic taxonomy).
- The ascocarp is classified according to its placement.
- Ascomycota are either single-celled ( yeasts) or filamentous (hyphal) or both ( dimorphic).
- Ascomycota are heterotrophic, obtaining nutrients from both dead or living organisms.
- Ascomycota are organisms with eukaryotic (having membrane bound organelles) cells.
- Ascomycota is the largest phylum of Fungi.
- The Ascomycota are also classified together on the basis of reproductive structures due to the possession of an ascus.
- An ascospore is a sexual spore from certain fungus species in which spores are found in a sac called an ascus.
- An ascospore is a spore contained in an ascus or that was produced inside an ascus.
- Ascospore is a general classification for spores produced by sexual reproduction and can include Aspergillus, Penicillium, and Ascotrica.
- Ascospore: A haploid sexual spore that is formed by free-cell formation in an ascus following karyogamy and meiosis.
- ASCOSPORES - a spore produced in a sac-like structure.
- Ascospores - The meiospore produced in the ascus of an ascomycete.
- Ascospores are 0-1 septate, filiform to fusiform and often dark.
- Ascospores are 1 -celled, ovoid to ellipsoid, smooth, pale yellow brown to copper in color.
- Ascospores are 1-celled, fusoid, curved, and tapering toward both ends to form whiplike extensions; they are hyaline to darkly pigmented.
- An ascus is a tube-shaped vessel, a meiosporangium, which contains the sexual spores produced by meiosis.
- Ascus: An elongated spore case containing the spores of certain fungi including yeast.
- Ascus: a sac-like cell containing the ascospores cleaved from within by free cell formation after karyogamy (nuclear fusion) and meiosis.
- The ascus is a sac-shaped enclosure in the fruiting body of an ascomycete.
- The ascus is a saclike cell that bursts at maturity releasing eight ascospores.
- Aspergillus is a filamentous, cosmopolitan and ubiquitous fungus found in nature.
- Aspergillus is a very common air-borne fungus, carried all over the world as spores.
- Aspergillus is a genus of around 200 molds found throughout much of nature worldwide.
- Aspergillus clavatus is a species of Aspergillus with conidia dimensions 3-4.5 x 2.5-4.5 micrometres.
- Aspergillus clavatus - This distinctive species is a common soil fungus with widespread distribution in soils in warmer climates.
- Aspergillus clavatus is allergenic causing the occupational hypersentivity pneumonitis known as malt worker's lung.
- Aspergillus Flavus is a widely distributed filamentous fungus that contaminates crops with the potent carcinogen aflatoxin.
- Aspergillus flavus - the conidiophores are unpigmented, heavy walled and coarsely roughened-looks like a neck that needs a shave.
- Aspergillus flavus is a common filamentous fungus that produces aflatoxins and presents a major threat to agriculture and human health.
- Aspergillus flavus is a common fungus found in soil and debris.
- Aspergillus flavus is a common mold that grows on many substances, and grows especially well on grain and nuts.
- Aspergillus parasiticus are not commonly found on building materials or in indoor environments.
- Aspergillus parasiticus is a mold known to produce aflatoxin , although strains of it exist that do not produce this carcinogen .
- Aspergillus parasiticus is an economically important and common agent of AF contamination.
- Aspergillus parasiticus is one primary source of aflatoxincontamination in economically important crops.
- Asterophora is a mushroom that feeds on old mushrooms, especially large Russula .
- Asterophora is a small genus that contains only two species, A. lycoperdoides and A. parasitica .
- Figure 2. Cultivated fruiting bodies of Auricularia auricula-judae (Auriculariales).
- Several jelly fungi are cultivated for food in Asia, including the "wood ear" fungus, Auricularia auricula-judae (Fig.
- Basidiomycota are unicellular or multicellular, sexual or asexual, and terrestrial or aquatic.
- Basidiomycota is a classification that describes a wide variety of organisms.
- The Basidiomycota are distinguished from the other fungi because of the presence of a club-shaped reproductive structure called the basidium.
- The Basidiomycota was traditionally divided into Homobasidiomycetes — the true mushroom s — and Heterobasidiomycetes — the rusts and smuts.
- The Basidiomycota was traditionally divided into Homobasidiomycetes — the true mushrooms — and Heterobasidiomycetes — the rusts and smuts.
- BLACK SPOT - A disease on the foliage of roses.
- Black Spot is a fungal disease that commonly attacks roses, reducing the vigour of plant s and may eventually produce dieback in susceptible varieties.
- Black Spot is a fungal disease that commonly attacks roses, reducing the vigour of plants and may eventually produce dieback in susceptible varieties.
- Black Spot is a fungus found on the rose leaves.
- Black spot is a common and potentially serious leaf spot disease affecting many types of roses.
- Blue Mold is a local, regional, and continental problem.
- Blue mold is a big problem when there's a lot of dampness or rain.
- Blue mold is a big problem where there is a lot of dampness or rain.
- Blue mold is a common postharvest disease on apples and pears worldwide.
- Blue mold is a disease of ripe fruit and develops mostly on apples that are picked before they are mature.
- BOTRYTIS CINEREA - A beneficial mold that is primarily responsible for the special character of dessert wines from Sauternes (France) and much of Germany.
- BOTRYTIS CINEREA is a fungal disease that can blight many species of plants, including flowers, fruits, and vegetables.
- Botrytis Cinerea is a fungus that attacks and dehydrates the grapes thus naturally leaving the grapes concentrating on their sugar level.
- Botrytis cinerea is a beneficial grape skin mold that removes water and shrivels the grapes.
- Botrytis cinerea is a common fungus that can cause fruit rot problems in the field and post-harvest in both stone and pome fruit.
- Bracket fungi are commonly found growing on trees or fallen logs in damp woodlands.
- Bracket fungi are familiar in woodlands, where they may cause the rapid decay of stumps and fallen trees and shrubs (or even telephone poles or timber).
- Bracket fungi are fungi notable for bearing mushrooms in a structure known as a "bracket".
- Bracket fungi are important decomposers of woody debris in wet forests.
- Bracket fungi are so named because they occur as individual fruiting bodies ( mushrooms) in a grouping or pattern known as a "bracket".
- Brettanomyces is a common defect in wine, but controversy surrounds the subject.
- Brettanomyces is a favoured discussion topic among wine geeks, who-ll often enter into lengthy discussions about whether a certain wine is bretty or not.
- Brettanomyces is a funky, sour yeast that takes a little getting used to.
- Brettanomyces is a genus of spoilage yeasts responsible for the "medicine cabinet" smell.
- Brettanomyces is a non-spore forming genus of yeast in the family Saccharomycetaceae, and is often colloquially referred to as " Brett ".
- Butt rot is a disease of plants, mostly trees, caused by fungi.
- The term "butt rot" refers to decay fungi that attack the base ( "butt") and roots of trees.
- Calvatia is a genus of about 35 species that are especially common in temperate regions.
- Calvatia is a genus of puffball mushrooms within the order Lycoperdales.
- Chytridiomycosis is a dangerous and deadly infection.
- Chytridiomycosis is a fatal disease of post-metamorphic frogs and can be carried by healthy tadpoles.
- Chytridiomycosis is a fatal infectious disease that affects amphibians, caused by the chytrid - Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis .
- Chytridiomycosis is a key example of an emerging infectious disease in wildlife ( 6,7).
- Chytridiomycosis is an emerging disease responsible for a series of global declines and extinctions of amphibians.
- Cladonia is a club lichen but it has a squamulose primary thallus.
- Clavicorona pyxidata is a coral fungus that is commonly called "crown coral" or "crown-tipped coral fungus".
- Coccidioides immitis is a dimorphic mould found in its filamentous phase in soil.
- Coccidioides immitis is a dimorphic pathogenic fungus found in the southwestern United States, Mexico, Central and South America (Pappagianis 1988 ).
- Coccidioides immitis is a fungus endemic to the southwestern United States.
- Coccidioides immitis is a pathogenic fungus responsible for the recent epidemics of coccidioidomycosis (Valley fever) in California (Pappagianis et al.
- Coccidioides immitis is a primary fungal pathogen which resides in soil of the desert Southwest.
- Scanning electron microscope image of a conidium and spores.
- Hilum (pl. hila): A scar at the base of a conidium.
- The apex of an annellide becomes longer and narrower as each subsequent conidium is formed and released.
- Coral fungi are conspicuous and colourful, and some of the larger forms are edible, but others are very distasteful.
- Coral fungi are mushrooms that are usually shaped like coral from the ocean but can also be shaped like forks, worms or clubs.
- Coral fungi are named because of their resemblance to certain forms of corals.
- Craterellus is a genus of generally edible fungi similar to the closely related chanterelles , with some species recently reassigned to this genus.
- Cronartiaceae is a family of rust fungi in the order Uredinales .
- Cronartium is a genus of rust fungi in the family Cronartiaceae .
- Cryptococcus is a fungus that can cause meningitis.
- Cryptococcus is a fungus which is found worldwide, primarily in bird guano or around eucalyptus trees.
- Cryptococcus is a fungus.
- Cryptococcus is a genus of encapsulated yeast, only one species of which is pathogenic in humans.
- Cryptococcus is a genus of fungus.
- CRYPTOCOCCUS neoformans is a common cause of life-threatening central nervous system infection in immunocompromised patients ( W HITE et al.
- Cryptococcus neoformans is a basidiomycetous human fungal pathogen that causes fatal disease in immunocompromised hosts.
- Cryptococcus neoformans is a dimorphic basidiomycetous human fungal pathogen, found world-wide, affecting mainly the immunocompromised.
- Cryptococcus neoformans is a facultative intracellular pathogen in murine pulmonary infection.
- Cryptococcus neoformans is a fungal pathogen that causes cryptococcal meningoencephalitis, particularly in immunocompromised patients.
- A dermatophyte is a fungus parasitic upon the skin.
- A dermatophyte is a parasitic fungus ( mycosis) that infects the skin.
- A dermatophyte is a parasitic fungus that infects the skin.
- A dermatophyte is a parasitic fungus upon the skin.
- Dermatophyte is a fungus which causes skin infection.
- Deuteromycota is an extremely varied phylum.
- The Deuteromycota are a form division of the fungi, including those fungi in which sexual reproduction is unknown.
- The Deuteromycota are classified as fungi for two main reasons.
- The Deuteromycota is a heterogeneous group of unrelated species in which sexual reproduction has never been observed.
- Dikaryon: A hyphal compartment, mycelium or fungal cell occupied by a pair or pairs of closely associated, genetically different, sexually compatible nuclei.
- Dikaryon: a pair of closely associated, sexually compatible nuclei, may or may not be derived from a different parent hypha or cell.
- The dikaryon is a prolonged mycelial stage in which the nuclei from each mating partner remain together without fusing.
- The dikaryon is a prolonged mycelial stage that can be induced to develop a multicellular structure, the mushroom, under proper environmental conditions.
- Discomycetes is a former taxonomic class of Ascomycete fungi which contains all of the cup, sponge, brain, and some club-like fungi.
- Discomycetes is a taxonomic " class " which contains all of the cup, sponge, brain, and club-like fungi such as the truffle and swamp beacon.
- The Discomycetes are a now obsolete subgroup of the Pezizomycotina including cup fungi, morels, etc.
- Dry rot - A type of brown rot decay caused by the basidiomycete Serpula lacrimans.
- Dry rot is a common term used for wood decaying fungus, which infects and damages wood.
- Dry rot is a fungus that causes wood to crumble.
- Dry rot is a living and growing fungus, which feeds off and destroys timber in order to live.
- Dry rot is a living fungus that attacks wood.
- Elaphomycetaceae is a family of the Eurotiales fungi.
- Epidermophyton is a cosmopolitan dermatophyte, filamentous fungus.
- Epidermophyton is a filamentous fungus and one of the three fungal genera classified as dermatophytes.
- Epidermophyton is a fungal dermatophyte.
- Epidermophyton is a genus of fungus causing superficial and cutaneous mycoses.
- Epidermophyton is a type of fungus causing superficial mycoses .
- Eumycetoma is a chronic cutaneous and subcutaneous infection caused by various genera of fungi.
- Eumycetoma is a form of mycetoma caused by various genera of true fungi.
- Eumycetoma is a major mycological health problem of severe morbidity in tropical and subtropical areas .
- Eumycetoma is a subcutaneous fungal infection in which the etiological agent occurs in the form of more or less compact mycelial grains.
- Eumycetoma is the fungal form of Mycetoma.
* Fairy Ring
* Fruiting Body
* Fusarium Ear Blight
* Fusarium Venenatum
* Galerina Autumnalis
* Kluyveromyces Fragilis
* Lactarius Deterrimus
* Malassezia Furfur
* Multicellular Fungi
* Orange Peel Fungus
* Panaeolus Subbalteatus
* Penicillium Camemberti
* Penicillium Candida
* Penicillium Glaucum
* Penicillium Notatum
* Pichia Pastoris
* Pneumocystis Jiroveci
* Rhizopus Nigricans
* Ryegrass Bunt
* Schizosaccharomyces Pombe
* Scleroderma Citrinum
* Shaggy Parasol
* Soybean Rust
* Stachybotrys Chartarum
* Thermally Dimorphic Fungus
* Tooth Fungus
* Uncinula Necator
* Volvariella Gloiocephala
* Volvariella Speciosa
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