Entomophthora


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Entomophthora

(en'tō-mof'thōr-ă),
A fungal genus reclassified as Conidiobolus.

Co·nid·i·o·bo·lus

(kō-nid'ē-ŏb'ō-lŭs)
A fungal genus in the family Entomophthoraceae, widely distributed in soil and among plants, insects, and amphibians. C. coronatus causes conidiobolomycosis, a chronic granulomatous disease of submucosal and subcutaneous tissues. Formerly Entomopthora and E. coronata.
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The occurrence of the fungus Entomophthora grylli Fresenius on locusts and grasshoppers in Thailand.
Dynamics of Entomophthora muscae (Zygomycetes: Entomophthoraceae) among naturally infected muscoid fly (Diptera: Muscidae) hosts.
An epizootiological study of Entomophthora muscae in muscoid fly populations on southern California poultry facilities, with emphasis on Musca domestica.
Both PC and SC observed are typical of the genus Entomophthora Cohn in the strict sense (Humber 1981).
We also observed the mucous cytoplasm halo around the discharged PC, typical of Entomophthora (Fig.
Most Entomophthora species are restricted to a narrow range of closely related host species (Geden et al.
Ultrastructural studies of primary spore formation and discharge in the genus Entomophthora. J.
Evaluation of two methods for release of Entomophthora muscae (Entomophthorales: Entomophthoraceae) to infect house flies (Diptera: Muscidae) on dairy farms.
Behavioral effects of the entomo-pathogenic fungus, Entomophthora muscae, on its host Musca domestica: postural changes in dying hosts and gated pattern of mortality.