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  • (Veterinary Bacteriology and Mycology at the UW Madison)

    (Veterinary Bacteriology and Mycology at the UW Madison)

    Arthrospores: 10: 54,70: Chlamydospores: 10: 54,71: Macro-and Micro-conidia (note show size relationship) 11: 72,73: Conidiophore bearing conidia -- Aspergillus typehttp://www.vetmed.wisc.edu/students/vetmycology/lab.html
  • BIOL 230 Lab Manual, Lab 10 - CCBC Faculty Web

    BIOL 230 Lab Manual, Lab 10 - CCBC Faculty Web

    LAB 10: THE FUNGI, PART 2 - THE MOLDS. DISCUSSION. Molds are multinucleated, filamentous fungi composed of hyphae. A hypha is a branching, tubular structure from 2 ...http://faculty.ccbcmd.edu/courses/bio141/labmanua/lab10/lab10.html
  • Rhizopus - Toxic Mold, Black Mold, Mold Problem and Mold ...

    Rhizopus - Toxic Mold, Black Mold, Mold Problem and Mold ...

    Rhizopus species are among the fungi causing the group of infections referred to as zygomycosis. The genus Rhizopus contains several species. The most common ones are ...http://www.mold.ph/rhizopus.htm
  • Microbiology laboratory test Flashcards - Flashcard ...

    Microbiology laboratory test Flashcards - Flashcard ...

    The most critical step in the Gram stain is the decolorizer step with acetone alcohol. If the decolorizer is left on too long Gram positive bacteria will come out ...http://www.flashcardmachine.com/microbiology-laboratory-test.html
  • Mucor Species - Doctor Fungus

    Mucor Species - Doctor Fungus

    Mucor spp. produce neither rhizoids nor stolons; Mucor colonies are rapid growing, cottony, at first white, becoming olive gray to brown with a white reverse color.http://doctorfungus.org/thefungi/mucor.php
  • Rhizopus Species - Doctor Fungus

    Rhizopus Species - Doctor Fungus

    Rhizopus species form globose sporangia on simple sporangiophores that arise opposite rhizoids at the nodes of the stolons.http://www.doctorfungus.org/thefungi/rhizopus.php
  • Partie 1

    Partie 1

    Par exemple, Basidiobolus n'a pas de flagelle mais les données moléculaires le rapprochent d'espèces ayant un stade flagellé (Olpidium).http://cgdc3.igmors.u-psud.fr/microbiologie/partie1/chap3_03_chytrids.htm
  • The Eukaryotes: Fungi, Algae, Protozoa, and Helminths

    The Eukaryotes: Fungi, Algae, Protozoa, and Helminths

    Fungi. Mycology is the study of fungi. Fungi are aerobic or facultatively anaerobic absorptive chemoheterotrophs. Most fungi are decomposers, and a few are parasites ...http://classes.midlandstech.edu/carterp/Courses/bio225/chap12/lecture1.htm
  • fungus | biology :: Sporophores and spores | Encyclopedia ...

    fungus | biology :: Sporophores and spores | Encyclopedia ...

    The more primitive fungi produce spores in sporangia, which are saclike sporophores whose entire cytoplasmic contents cleave into spores, called sporangiospores.http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/222357/fungus/57965/Sporophores-and-spores
  • Zygomycetes in Human Disease - Clinical Microbiology Reviews

    Zygomycetes in Human Disease - Clinical Microbiology Reviews

    SUMMARY. The Zygomycetes represent relatively uncommon isolates in the clinical laboratory, reflecting either environmental contaminants or, less ...http://cmr.asm.org/content/13/2/236.full
  • How do fungi reproduce - Answers - The Most Trusted Place ...

    How do fungi reproduce - Answers - The Most Trusted Place ...

    Fungi reproduce sexually and asexually. The types of asexual reproduction are budding, fission, fragmentation, and sporulation. In sporulation there is asexual ...http://www.answers.com/Q/How_do_fungi_reproduce

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