29-fungimod - genitourinary tract, disseminated infection...

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Kingdom Fungi
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yeast
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aseptate
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Nutrition a. saprobe b. eat the living parasite predator c. mutualist
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Nutrition a. saprobe b. eat the living parasite predator c. mutualist
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Spores Life Cycle Haploid dominant Fig. 10-19b
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Haploid dominant with dikaryotic stage
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P: Chytridiomycota = chytridiomycetes = chytrids unikont
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Rhizophidium Haploid dominant life cycle 2N 1N asexual sexual 1N
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Allomyces Alternation of generation “thallus” gametangium
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Rhizopus Black bread mold
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Pilobolus
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Microsporidia species Enterocytozoon bieneusi* Encephalitozoon intestinalis ( syn.  Septata intestinalis) Encephalitozoon hellem and Encephalitozoon cuniculi Vittaforma corneae ( syn.  Nosema corneum) Nosema  spp. (N. connori and N. ocularum) Trachipleistophora hominis and Pleistophora  sp. Microsporidium (M. ceylonensis and M. africanum) Clinical manifestation Diarrhea, acalculous cholecystitis Infection of the GI tract causing diarrhea, and  dissemination to ocular, genitourinary and respiratory  tracts Keratoconjunctivitis, infection of respiratory and 
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Unformatted text preview: genitourinary tract, disseminated infection Ocular & GI infections Muscular infection Infection of the cornea polar tube Arbuscular mycorrhizae Saccharomyces budding yeast 2N 1N + 1N Peziza pseudohypha fission Conidia/conidiospores on conidiphores Neurospora = orange bread mold Claviceps = ergot ergotamine, lysergic acid Morchella = morel Tuber = truffle 1N + 1N basidium fairy ring Humongous fungus 2385 acres 12,500 ft wide Agaricus bisporus Amanita Jack-o-lantern Conocybe & Psilocybe Mushrooms boletes puffballs coral fungus earth stars ear & jelly fungus brackets Ustilago maydis = huitlacoche/cuitlacoche = corn smut Phallales = stinkhorns P: Deuteromycetes = imperfect fungi a form group thats now disappearing Aspergillus Penicillium Fusarium Coccidioides Dermatophytes (superficial) Candida Mycorrhizae Leaf-cutter ants (fungi farmers) Lichens -> an association...
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2012 for the course BIOL V04 taught by Professor De-jesus,m during the Fall '08 term at Ventura College.

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