blastoconidia

blastoconidia

the unit of asexual reproduction produced by budding; seen in yeasts such as Candida and Cryptococcus spp. Called also blastospore.
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On observing Gram staining from SDA and Blood Agar plates, Candida species appeared as gram positive budding yeast cells with Pseudohyphae, Chlamydospore and blastoconidia.
The macrophage, now carrying the microorganism, is responsible for spreading the blastoconidia to mononuclear phagocyte-rich organs.
Septate and fruity mycelium are observed Mucor Filamentous Presence of visible spore and short species mold sporangiospores with nonseptate hyphae Ovoid sphere Single clusters of blastoconidia Candida yeast-like which is round and elongated.
The number of cells with and without Candida and the quantity of hyphae and/or blastoconidia was counted.
Trichosporon species are characterised by their ability to form hyphae, pseudohyphae, arthroconidia and blastoconidia.
Morphological characterization of the majority of isolates of this genus consists of the observation of its capacity to produce blastoconidia, pseudo-hyphae (sometimes true hyphae) and eventually chlamydospores (C.
The differential diagnosis for such large (30-60 mm), spherical structures with single or multiple budding includes P brasiliensis, giant blastoconidia of Candida albicans, and the spherules of Coccidioides immitis.
Se determina la elongacion que puede experimentar la blastoconidia, este crecimiento o formacion de una prolongacion tubular que se extiende 3-4 veces mas que la blastoconidia que la origino es sugestivo de Candida albicans [11].
Trichosporon species form arthroconidia, blastoconidia, hyphae, and pseudohyphae.
Microscopic examination showed hyphae and pseudohyphae with blastoconidia singly and in short chains, and scattered arthroconidia consistent with Trichosporon species.