The other morphological forms are filamentous hyphae, arthrospores and conidia
which show lesser production of cephalosporin.
bassiana (different than the one in our study) required 6 to 7 d to cause complete mortality on the cassava mealybug Phenacoccus manihoti Matile-Ferrero (Hemiptera: Pseudococcidae) when sprayed at a [10.sub.8] conidia
per mL, greater than what we used herein.
Furthermore, genetic regulations of the induction of conidia
in fungi have been properly studied by many authors (Roncal & Ugalde, 2003; Sun et al., 2012).
of Af (ATCC 13073, an organism originally isolated from a patient with invasive aspergillosis) were harvested after 4 days of culture on Sabouraud dextrose agar (Difco, Detroit, USA), filtered through sterile gauze, killed by heating in a water bath at 100[degrees]C for 1 h, washed with saline solution, and stored at 4[degrees]C.
Probit analysis of mortality and log-concentration of conidia
using in the bioassay with two isolates against third instar larvae of D.
After dead host fungal will formation mycelial outgrowth from insect cadaver and production of new conidia
In cases of pulmonary sporotrichosis, the mode of transmission is through inhalation of aerosolized conidia
from soil and vegetations .
(5 [micro]L, concentration 1 x [10.sup.-8] [micro]L).
Since the germination of conidia
is associated with unmasking of pattern-recognition receptors and subsequent activation of macrophage-mediated response [20, 21], to exclude excessive immune system activation, we used paraformaldehyde-fixed conidia
that mimicked the dormant state of spores.
Conidiophores arising from the tissues were gently crushed in sterile water, and conidia
were viewed with optical microscopy.