Ascomycetes


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As·co·my·ce·tes

(as'kō-mī-sē'tēz),
A class of fungi characterized by the presence of asci and ascospores. Such fungi generally have two distinct reproductive phases: the sexual or perfect stage and the asexual or imperfect stage. Ajellomyces capsulatum and A. dermatitidis are pathogenic members of this class.
[G. askos, a bag, + mykēs, mushroom]

Ascomycetes

/As·co·my·ce·tes/ (as″ko-mi-se´tēz) in some systems of classification, a class of fungi of the division Eumycota; see Ascomycotina .

As·co·my·ce·tes

(as'kō-mī-sē'tēz)
A class of fungi characterized by the presence of asci and ascospores. Such fungi have generally two distinct reproductive phases, the sexual or perfect stage and the asexual or imperfect stage. Ajellomyces capsulatum and A. dermatitidis are pathogenic members of this class.
[G. askos, a bag, + mykēs, mushroom]

Ascomycetes

a class of fungi which contains Neurospora, Penicillium, Aspergillus, true yeasts and the dermatophytes.
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Samples of the Brettanomyces and all other known ascomycete yeast species are kept in the ARS Culture Collection's frozen storage vaults housed at the National Center for Agricultural Utilization Research (NCAUR) in Peoria, Illinois.
Andes, arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF), ascomycetes, dark septate endophytes (DSE), grammitid ferns, Hymenophyllaceae, vesicular arbuscular mycorrhizae (VAM)
In total, 92 species were collected with 12 species from 6 families in 4 orders of ascomycetes and 74 species from 24 families in 14 orders of basidiomycetes.
The morphology is suggestive of Ascomycetes, but fresh cultures, which, unfortunately were not collected, would be necessary for definitive identification.
The term yeast often used as a synonym with Saccharomyces cerevisiae, but phylogenetic diversity of yeasts are expressed into two classified as basidiomycetes and ascomycetes.
It possesses the conserved anti-HIV (human immunodeficiency virus) CV-N domain, which is the same as the cyanovirin-N homology (CVNH) members that were isolated from filamentous ascomycetes and C.
Candida tropicalis is a diploid ascomycetes yeast responsible for 4%-24% of candidemia.
This group is primarily composed of imperfect fungi and the Ascomycetes (Rayner and Todd 1982).
However, most techniques describe sphaeroplast formation in basidiomycetes or ascomycetes (Lalithakumari 2000).
Twenty-four Ascomycetes (5 orders, 7 families, and 12 genera) and 17 Myxomycetes (5 orders, 7 families, and 14 genera) were found on the logs.
Occurrence of laccases in lichenized ascomycetes of the Peltigerineae.
Ascomycetes and Imperfect Fungi Academic Press New York, San Francisco, USA.