Helminthosporium

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Helminthosporium

(hel'min-thō-spōr'ē-ŭm),
A saprobic fungus that is usually isolated in clinical laboratories; it has determinant parallel-walled conidiophores; commonly misapplied to isolates of Drechslera.

Hel·min·tho·spo·ri·um

(hel-min-thō-spōr'ē-ŭm)
A saprobic fungus, often isolated in clinical laboratories.

Helminthosporium

genus of toxic fungi.

Helminthosporium biseptatum
a fungus growing on onion grass (Romulea bulbocodium) and thought to contribute to its toxicity. Also found in maduromycosis lesions. Called also Drechslera spp.
Helminthosporium spiciferum
bipolarisspicifera.