Hyphomycetes


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Hyphomycetes

 [hi″fo-mi-se´tēz]
the mycelial (hyphal) fungi, i.e., the molds.

Hy·pho·my·ce·tes

(hī'fō-mī-sē'tēs),
A class of fungi that includes all of the filamentous members of the Fungi Imperfecti that form neither acervuli nor pycnidia. No sexual reproduction occurs; most members of this group produce asexual spores.
[G. hyphe, web, + mykēs, fungus]

Hyphomycetes

/Hy·pho·my·ce·tes/ (hi´fo-mi-sēt´ēz) the mycelial (hyphal) fungi, i.e., the molds.

Hyphomycetes

the mycelial (hyphal) fungi, i.e. the molds.
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