Drechslera


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Drechslera

(dresh'lĕr-ă),
A saprobic genus of fungi, frequently recovered in the clinical laboratory, characterized by conidia attached to a zigzagged conidiophore. Most species in this genus that cause phaeohyphomycosis in humans, cats, and horses have been transferred to the genera Bipolaris or Exserohilum.

Drechslera

genus of fungi; includes D. biseptata, D. campanulata, D. rostrata, D. spicifera. Called also Bipolaris spp.

Drechslera rostrata
a fungus isolated from nasal cavities of cattle affected by enzootic nasal granuloma. Now called Exserohilum rostratum.
Drechslera spiciferum
an obsolete name for Bipolaris spicifera. The imperfect state of Cochliobolus spicifera. Associated with phaeohyphomycosis in animals.
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