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Absidia Mold Picture s

 

At right is an enlarged mold picture of Absidia mold under a microscope taken by mold expert Dr. Michelle Medalla during her mold sample analysis. Below are two small pictures* of the Absidia mold species.

*Low power photomicrograph of Absidia in slide culture. Internodal rhizoids are not apparent here.


*Absidia in slide culture. A cup-shaped columella (long arrow) supports a spherical sporangium (short arrow). Note also the pale tan sporangiospores (arrowhead) recently released from a sporangium.

*Above mycological photos and captions are courtesy of: http://pangloss.ucsfmedicalcenter.org/Education/fung_morph/zygompage.html

 

For more indepth information on the Absidia mold species, please visit or click on: Absidia.


 [Mold Species] [Absidia] [Acremonium] [Alternaria] [Aspergillus] [Aureobasidium] [Basidiobolus] [Beauveria] [Bipolaris] [Blastomyces] [Candida] [Chaetomium] [Chysosporium] [Cladophialophora] [Cladosporium] [Coccidioides] [Conidiobolus] [Cryptococcus] [Cunninghamella] [Curvularia] [Drechslera] [Emmonsia] [Engyodontium] [Epidermophyton] [Exophiala] [Exserohilum] [Fonsecaeae] [Fusarium] [Histoplasma] [Lecythophora Species] [Madurella] [Microsporum] [Mucor] [Paecilomyces] [Paracoccidioides] [Penicillium] [Phialophora] [Phoma] [Rhinocladiella] [Rhizomucor] [Rhizopus] [Scedosporium] [Scopulariopsis] [Scytalidium] [Sporothrix] [Stachybotrys] [Trichoderma] [Trichophyton] [Verticillium] [Wallemia] [Wangiella dermatitidis] [Yeast]
 

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