Cladosporium

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Cladosporium

 [klad″o-spor´e-um]
a genus of imperfect fungi. C. herba´rum produces “black spot” on meat in cold storage at a temperature of −8° C. C. carrio´ni is an agent of chromoblastomycosis.

Cladosporium

(klad'ō-spōr'i-ŭm),
A genus of fungi having dematiaceous or dark-colored conidiophores with oval or round spores, commonly isolated in soil or plant residues.
[G. klados, a branch, + sporos, seed]

Cladosporium

/Clad·o·spo·ri·um/ (-spor´e-um) a genus of imperfect fungi. C. carrio´nii is a cause of chromoblastomycosis; C. bantia´num causes brain abscesses and sometimes meningitis.

Clad·o·spo·ri·um

(klad-ō-spō'rē-ŭm)
A genus of fungi having dematiaceous or dark-colored conidiophores with long chains of oval or round spores, commonly isolated in soil or plant residues.
[G. klados, a branch, + sporos, seed]

Cladosporium

(klăd″ă-spōr′ē-ŭm)
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CLADOSPORIUM: (SOURCE: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention: Dr. Lucille K. Georg)
A genus of fungi that infect the skin. See: illustration

Cladosporium herbarum

A mold that is a common cause of indoor and outdoor allergies. Its allergen designation is Cla.

Cladosporium

a genus of dematiaceous fungi.

Cladosporium carrionii
see Cladophialophoracarrionii.
Cladosporium herbarum,
causes black spot on meat in cold storage, growing at a temperature of 18°F (−8°C); spores are a common allergen.
Cladosporium trichoides
see Cladophialophorabantiana.