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Achyla

a genus of fungi which cause disease in fish reared by fish culturists and aquarists.
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Vandersea and Litaker (2007) isolated six fungal species, three as Aphanomyces invadans, Achlya bisexualis, and Phialemonium dimorphosporum from the gills of Channel catfish fry.
Experimental screening of some pharmaceutical chemical compounds affecting Achlya sp.
1967) Iso lation of a sex hormone from the water mold, Achlya bisexualis.
Una nueva especie de Achlya (Saprolegniales, Phycomycetes).
El genero Achlya en aguas de la ciudad de Buenos Aires y alrededores.
Three genera of family saprolegniaceae, Saprolegnia, Achlya and Aphanomyces are pathogenic.
Taxa Piaractus brachypomus Cuvier, 1818 Skin Muscles Liver Straminipila Hyphochytriomycetes Hyphochytriales Olpidiopsis saprolegniae Cornu d Peronosporomycetes (Oomycetes) Saprolegniales Achlya debaryana Humphrey - - - Achlya dubia Coker b - - Achlya klebsiana Pieters d - - Achlya oblongata de Bary b, f - - Achlya polyandra Hildebr.
Molecular phylogenetic analysis of genic regions from Achlya bisexualis (Oomycota) and Costaria costata (Chromophyta).
Other sequences included in the alignment are from: Achlya bisexualis, Costaria costata, Ochromonas danica, Skeletonema costatum (Neefs et al.
1989); Achlya bisexualis Coker and Couch (Kwanprasert et al.
Argentina (material estudiado), Checoslovaquia, China, Escocia, Estados Unidos de America, Noruega, Reino Unido, Rusia; parasita en hifas de Achlya sp.
They were found as parasitic on oogonia of an unidentified species of the genus Achlya.