dematiaceous

de·mat·i·a·ceous

(dē-mat'i-ā'shŭs), Avoid the misspelling/mispronunciation dermatiaceous.
Denoting dark conidia and/or hyphae, usually brown or black; used frequently to denote dark-colored fungi.
Synonym(s): phaeoid

de·mat·i·a·ceous

(dē-mat'ē-ā'shŭs)
Denoting dark conidia and/or hyphae, usually brown or black; used frequently to denote dark-colored fungi.

dematiaceous

(dē″mă-tē-ā′shŭs, dĕm″)
Pert. to fungi having a dark brown or black appearance. The dark pigment is found in the hyphae or the conidia.

dematiaceous

darkly pigmented; said of some fungi.
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18) However, mass spectra of dematiaceous molds had fewer peaks, and spectrum quality was often not sufficient to create reference entries, suggesting that sample preparation for these fungi is more difficult.
The pus samples collected from superficial wounds, like burn wounds and bed sores, showed mainly the growth of Candida, whereas the sample collected from deep wounds or sinuses mostly showed filamentous fungi belonging to the dematiaceous group.
The dematiaceous fungi/pigmented fungi constitute a clinically important group of fungi.
Chromoblastomycosis is a chronic cutaneous and subcutaneous infection of tropical and subtropical climates, caused by dematiaceous (black pigmented) fungi.
Dematiaceous fungi as a major agent for biopitting on Mediterranean marbles and limestones.
1994) in cattle diagnosed with mycotic nasal granuloma caused by Dematiaceous fungi, Bipolaris sp and Drechslera sp.
In the air, the dematiaceous fungi outnumbered the hyaline ones.
Some yeast were dematiaceous, and Fontana-Masson staining was consistent with presence of melanin.
The brown pigmented shapes suggest the concomitant presence of dematiaceous moulds.
Chromoblastomycosis is caused by several genera of dematiaceous (melanin pigmented) fungi: Phialophora verrucosa, Fonsecaea pedrosoi (F.
Treatment of dematiaceous fungal keratitis in a dog.
After 28 months, many cracks parallel to the extrusion direction appeared on the surface, which was heavily covered by black mold that was microscopically identified as a mixture of different dematiaceous hyphomycetes.