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  • Dictionnaire médical de l'Académie de Médecine
    6 résultats : mucor n.m. mucor. Moisissure de la classe des zygomycètes, présente dans la poussière de maison, qui se développe aussi volontiers sur les denrées ...http://dictionnaire.academie-medecine.fr/?q=mucor
  • Difference between conidia and sporangiospores. - Lifeeasy ...

    Difference between conidia and sporangiospores. - Lifeeasy ...

    Sporangiospores (Sporangia) Conidiospores (Conidia) 1. Produced within a sporangium (sac) Not enclosed in a sac. 2. Formed at the end of aerial hyphae called ...http://www.biology.lifeeasy.org/6527/difference-between-conidia-and-sporangiospores
  • Mycology Online | Rhizopus sp.

    Mycology Online | Rhizopus sp.

    Rhizopus sp. The genus Rhizopus is characterized by the presence of stolons and pigmented rhizoids, the formation of sporangiophores singly or in groups from nodes ...http://www.mycology.adelaide.edu.au/Fungal_Descriptions/Zygomycetes/Rhizopus/
  • Fungi Associated with Passalid Beetles and Their Mites

    Fungi Associated with Passalid Beetles and Their Mites

    Mycolog'a, 91(4), 1999, pp. 694-702. ( 1999 by The Mycological Society of America, Lawrence, KS 66044-8897 Fungi associated with passalid beetles and their miteshttp://www.jstor.org/stable/3761257
  • fungi - Dallas County Community College District

    fungi - Dallas County Community College District

    1 FUNGI Fungi are eukaryotic, heterotrophic, nonphotosynthetic organisms in a separate kingdom of the same name. The majority consists of microscopic filaments called ...http://delrio.dcccd.edu/jreynolds/microbiology/2420/files/fungi.pdf
  • The Germination of Zygospores of Mucor hiemalis - JSTOR

    The Germination of Zygospores of Mucor hiemalis - JSTOR

    THE GERMINATION OF ZYGOSPORES OF MUCOR HIEMALIS x Wendell Gauger (with 3 figure s) The germination of a mucoraceous zygospore usually culminates inhttp://www.jstor.org/stable/3756739
  • 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
  • Other Names for Zygomycota - Tree of Life Web Project

    Other Names for Zygomycota - Tree of Life Web Project

    Characteristics. Zygomycota, like all true fungi, produce cell walls containing chitin. They grow primarily as mycelia, or filaments of long cells called hyphae.http://tolweb.org/zygomycota
  • sporangium | biology | Britannica.com

    sporangium | biology | Britannica.com

    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/science/sporangium
  • Zygomycetes: Absidia

    Zygomycetes: Absidia

    Absidia. ABSIDIA van Tieghem, 1878 (Ann. Sci. Nat. Bot., Sér. 6, 4: 350); 19 spp. + 6 var. (Ellis and Hesseltine, 1965, 1966; Hesseltine and Ellis, 1961, 1964, 1966).http://zygomycetes.org/index.php?id=108
  • 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.long

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