Verticillium

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Verticillium

(ver'ti-sil'ē-ŭm),
A genus of hyphomycetous fungi often found in clinical specimens as contaminants. They are occasionally found in the meatus in cases of otitis externa, but are of doubtful pathogenicity.
[L. verticillus, the whirl of a spindle]

Verticillium

a genus of fungi which are normally plant, insect, nematode or arachnid pathogens. Opportunistic infection in mammals have been reported.
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When Parker, Skinner, and later Brownbridge began their search, one of the first things they found was that dead thrips larvae, colored a pale pink, had been infected by a fungus, Verticillium lecanii.
Effect of repeated subculturing on agar and passaging through an insect host on pathogenicity, morphology, and growth rate of Verticillium lecanii.
Traits associated with virulence to the aphid Mactvsiphoniella sanborni in eighteen isolates of Verticillium lecanii.
Susceptibility of larval stages of the aphid parasitoid Aphidius nigripes to the entomopathogenic fungus Verticillium lecanii.
Dose-response susceptibility of pest aphids (Homoptera: Aphidae) and their control on hydroponically grown lettuce with the entomopathogenic fungus Verticillium lecanii, Azadirachtin and insecticidal soap.