MEDICALLY IMPORTANT DIVISIONS OF FUNGI

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MEDICALLY IMPORTANT DIVISIONS OF FUNGI     DIVISION GROWTH  CHARACTERISTICS ASEXUAL SPORES HUMAN PATHOGENS ZYGOMYCOTA NONSEPTATE HYPHAE SPORANGIOSPORES Rhizopus Mucor ASCOMYCOTA DIMORPHIC   ------------------------------- SEPTATE HYPHAE,  STRONG AFFINITY  FOR KERATIN CONIDIOSPORES   ------------------------------- CONIDIOSPORES ------------------------------- ARTHROSPORES Aspergillus Blastomyces dermatidis Histoplasma capsulatum ------------------------------ Microsporum   Trichophyton BASIDIOMYCOTA SEPTATE HYPHAE,  INCLUDES RUSTS,  SMUTS, AND OTHER  PLANT PATHOGENS;  YEASTLIKE  ENCAPSULATED  CELLS CONIDIOSPORES Cryptococcus neoformans ANAMORPHS SEPTATE HYPHAE ------------------------------- DIMORPHIC ------------------------------ YEASTLIKE,  PSEUDOHYPHAE ------------------------------ UNKNOWN CONIDIOSPORES ------------------------------- CONIDIOSPORES ARTHROSPORES ------------------------------- CHLAMYDOSPORES ------------------------------- UNKNOWN Epidermophyton
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