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  • What Is The Causes Of Fungal Diseases?

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    fixation. Pea is liable to be attack by many bacterial, fungal, viral, nematode diseases in addition to physiological disorder. However, fungal diseases, especially rust is considered one of the major destructive diseases affecting the crop yield (Hagedron, 1984 and Kraft, and Pfleger, 2001), especially in the north and middle parts of the Delta in Egypt and several countries in the world (Abada et al., 1997; Gupta and Shayam, 1998 and Parilli et al., 2015). The fungus Uromyces pisi is a heteroecious

  • Fungi Are Fungi Different From Plants

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    Fungi are a group of living organisms which are classified in their own kingdom. This means they are not animals, plants, or bacteria. Unlike bacteria, which have simple prokaryotic cells, fungi have complex eukaryotic cells like animals and plants. Fungi are found throughout the Earth including on land, in the water, in the air, and even in plants and animals. They vary widely in size from microscopically small to the largest organisms on Earth at several square miles large. There are more than

  • Increasing Trend Of Non Albicans Cutaneous Candidiasis

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    Increasing trend in Non albicans Cutaneous Candidiasis: Implications in treatment strategies Introduction: Cutaneous candidiasis is a secondary infection of the skin (body folds) and nails in predisposed patients.1 The disease involvement may be localised or generalised to the skin or nails.2 The clinical manifestations of Candidiasis are of three types: mucocutaneous, cutaneous, and systemic.3 The spectrum of Cutaneous candidiasis (CC): includes intertrigo

  • Alexander Fleming Research Paper

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    staphylococci culture” with a ring around the mold had drawn attention to Fleming. Stated from “Not-So-Dumb-Luck”, “. . . he found that the ring was bacteria-free, and that the mold was a rare spore called Penicillium notatum”. Since Fleming had a mycology lab downstairs and wasn’t the tidiest of experimenters, the mold most likely originated from the lab below and may have interacted with one of the cultures of the dishes. It was realized that the bacteria in the dish was killed by the mold, thus

  • Dr. Howard Florey Report

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    time. Upon his return to his laboratory he found mold had grown in the petri dishes he had left out. One of whom contained the rare spore Penicillium notatum that had probably wafted up into his lab through the air currents from the down-stairs mycology lab. Dr. Fleming noticed a ring around the mold, and it was 100% bacteria free! Curiosity urged him onward, as he grew a pure culture of the mold and discover that it killed a great deal of disease-causing bacteria. He would go on to name the

  • Development Of Resistance For Patients With Hiv / Aids Globally

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    Rupinder Sekhon Development of Resistance to Antifungal agents in candidiasis Introduction Candidiasis is a concern for patients with HIV/AIDS globally. The Literature data point out that this opportunistic pathogen is the leading cause of superficial and disseminated fungal infections in humans. 96% mycoses infection are caused by the Candida species1,2,3. In a healthy person, the Candida colonies that exist are mainly on mucosal surfaces of the oral

  • Slide Culture Observation Paper

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    As the growth of fungi were observed and identified according to the morphological characteristic, then microscopic observation is commonly used in identify the structure by observing the mycelia and spore produced. In order to do the microscopic observation, there are several way can be use in obtaining the characteristics of the fungi which is by Slide Culture Preparations and Cellotape Flag Preparations. Slide Culture Preparations In order to accurately identify many fungi it is essential

  • A Brief Review Of Literature On Conidial Fungi

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    Head Deptt. Of Botany, Govt. MLB girls P.G.(Auto.) College, Bhopal. Email: Abstract: Mycology is the branch of biology deals with the study of fungi, including their genetic and biochemical behavior, their taxonomy, identification and their use to humans as a source for medicine, food, and entheogens, as well as their dangers, such as poisoning or infection. Mycology had its history from the old times, it is presumed that humans collect fungi from prehistoric times. Fungi are

  • Environmental Studies Personal Statement Sample

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    Growing up, I visited my father's hometown in Mexico four times every year. During those visits, I learned how to feed different livestock, gather crops, and remove kernels from corn cobs. I take great pride in how my grandfather, Ermilio, produced enough crops to not only feed our family but to give in abundance to his community. It was there in the small town Corte Primero that my interest was first sparked in sustainable agriculture. I came to Texas A&M to pursue my interest by studying Bioenvironmental

  • Mushrooms Saving the World in Paul Stamets' Book, Mycelium Running

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    Well-known mycologist Paul Stamets, the author of Mycelium Running, an almost manual for the mycological rescue of the Earth, educates his readers of the use and applications of fungi in a practice called mycoremeditation. He does this to inform people that mushrooms are beneficial to us humans and our world, and to inspire his readers to try to incorporate mushrooms into their lives. Possessing an easy-going and conversational style, Stamets establishes an optimistic tone to convey to his readers