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GUIDE TO INTERPRETATION OF DIRECT MICROSCOPIC
GUIDE TO IDENTIFICATION OF FUNGI IN CULTURE
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acid actinomycetes agar agar at 25°C arthroconidia ascospores Aspergillus Autoclave Barron blastoconidia branched broth brown budding Candida cause characteristic Cladosporium clinical specimens COLONY MORPHOLOGY color Commonly considered conidia conidiophores conidium considered a contaminant cornmeal-Tween 80 agar cottony cream culture cycloheximide dark dermatophytes dextrose dextrose agar disease Dissolve Distilled water Emmons examination filaments fungal fungi fungus further information g Distilled Gordon gray hair Hazen hyphae identification infection inoculated laboratory Lennette macroconidia mature McGinnis medium MICROSCOPIC MORPHOLOGY Microsporum MONOMORPHIC MONOMORPHIC MOLDS SURFACE mycelial mycetoma oval PATHOGENICITY petri plates phialides pigment powdery pseudohyphae Rapid RATE OF GROWTH Rebell and Taplin Reed Reverse is black Rippon room temperature round Sabouraud dextrose saprophytic screw-cap tubes septate Septate hyphae skin slant slide smooth solution species sporangia sporangiophores sporangium spores stain sterile Streptomyces Table thermally dimorphic tissue Trichophyton usually Wilson and Plunkett xm in diameter yeast yellow