Mucor

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Mucor

 [mu´kor]
a genus of perfect fungi; several species are molds and saprobes on fruits, vegetables, or baked goods and can cause mucormycosis.
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Mucor

(myū'kōr),
A genus of fungi (class Zygomycetes, family Mucoraceae), most species of which are saprobic; several are pathogenic and may cause zygomycosis in humans.
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Mu·cor

(myū'kōr)
A genus of fungi (class Zygomycetes, family Mucoraceae), most species of which are saprobic; characterized by sparsely septate hyphae, large sporangia that contain sporangiospores but lack rhizoids. Several are pathogenic and may cause zygomycosis in humans.
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