Hormodendrum

Hormodendrum

An obsolete genus name for the fungi once thought to cause chromomycosis, which are now recognised to have been laboratory contaminants.

Hormodendrum

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5%) of 124 wound isolates from 24 hospitalized patients (Fusarium, unspecified yeast, Rhodotorula, Aspergillus, Hormodendrum [now Cladosporium], and Cephalosporium), and in 4 (10.
farinae), cat, dog, feather, insect mix (American and German cockroaches and fire ants), mosquito (Aedes taeniorhynchus), mixed grass (Bermuda, Johnson, Bahia, Salt, and Rye), tree (mix 1: Mulberry, Elm, Acacia, Cypress; mix 2: box elder, beefwood, bayberry, oak, palm, melaleuca, hackberry, sweet gum, and maple), interior and exterior mold (Rhizopus, Mucor, Pullularia, Penicillum, Aspergillus, Curvularia, Fusarium, Alternaria, Hormodendrum, Helmintospororium), and weed (mix 1: English Plantain, Pigweed, Ragweed; mix 2: marsh elder, cocklebur, lamb quarter); in addition, a histamine skin test was performed and a diluent control was included for each series.
Mold mix B: 1: 10 w/v: equal parts of Trichophyton schentieini, Cephalothecium roseum, Hormodendrum cladosporioides, Neurospora crassa, Streptomyces griseous, Scopulariopsis brevicaulis, Curvularia spicifera, Penicillium roseurm, Mycogone sp.