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PLEONAMORPHY OF YEAST-LIKE FUNGI AND LITTLE-DIFFERENTIATED HYPHOMYCETES

G. S. HOOG

PLEONAMORPHY OF YEAST-LIKE FUNGI AND LITTLE-DIFFERENTIATED HYPHOMYCETES

by G. S. HOOG

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PLEONAMORPHY OF YEAST-LIKE FUNGI AND LITTLE-DIFFERENTIATED HYPHOMYCETES by G. S. HOOG Download PDF EPUB FB2

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11.Pleoanamorphy of Yeast-Like Fungi and Little-Differentiated Hyphomycetes. de Hoog. 11.1 Introduction. 11.5.2 White yeast-like fungi. 11.5.3 Red yeasts. 12. Pleomorphy in Helicosporous Hyphomycetes. Goos. 12.1 Introduction.

12.2 Conidium Ontogeny in the Helicosporae. The vast majority of research on the biological control of plant diseases in the field using yeasts or yeast-like fungi has concentrated on diseases of above ground parts of plants. The potential of yeasts as biocontrol agents of soil-borne fungal plant pathogens is reviewed in the chapter.

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Includes bibliographical references. Phialophora is a little-differentiated genus of more or less pigmented, phialidic hyphomycetes. With the addition of numerous species, it has become highly polyphyletic, comprising anamorphs of.

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Nova Hedwigia – [Google Scholar] Svrček M, Moravec J. O druhu Helvella fastigiata Krombholz. Česka Mykologie Cited by: In this book, we do not separate pycnidia - producing fungi using the four form families, although we may use a particular characteristic from a given form family as part of the key composition.

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The taxonomy of the melanized fungi and the most relevant epidemiological and clinical aspects, and the laboratory procedures for the diagnosis of infections caused by these agents, are discussed in this chapter.

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The most parsimonious tree inferred from the combined SSU, ITS, LSU, MCM7, RPB1 and TEF1 sequence datasets. Tree length 5consistency index (CI) 5. Pleoanamorphy of Yeast-Like Fungi and Little-Differentiated Hyphomycetes (G. EgrEn:pdF council rEgulation (Ec) no. If you have celiac disease and follow a gluten-free diet yeast is OK unless you’re allergic.

I understand. Atlas of clinical fungi CBS Baarn and Delft and Universitat Rovira i Virgili. Hoog GS de, Smith MT. Key to the species of Hyphozyma (yeast-like Hyphomycetes) and description of H.

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Crous, Uwe Braun, Konstanze Schubert and Johannes Z. Groenewald Centraalbureau voor Schimmelcultures, Utrecht, The Netherlands An institute of the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences The genus Cladosporium and. The chapter on Bipolaris, Exophiala, Scedosporium, Sporothrix, and Other Melanized Fungi covers most of the agents of phaeohyphomycosis, chromoblastomycosis, and sporotrichosis, as well as a number of agents of superficial and cutaneous disease.

In this chapter, the genera are treated according to their ordinal relationships. Phaeohyphomycoses are usually subcutaneous, but they can also be Author: Josep Guarro, G.

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Those materials were expected to Cited by: 1.The Genera of Hyphomycetes. Introduction I. Overview This book is a gateway to a hidden world invisible to most people. Its purpose is to assist scientists, students, and other naturalists to identify hyphomycetes (microscopic fungi that are often called moulds) to the level of genus/5(3).In this book, we do not separate pycnidia producing fungi using the four form families, although we may use a particular characteristic from a given form family as part of the key composition.

Many members of the form order Sphaeropsidales are saprotrophic, although some are plant pathogens and others infect insects and other fungi.