predominantly biverticillate with broom like structure having conidiabroadly ellipsoidal or subglobose, sporadically smooth, delicately roughened (Fig.
The front color of the###curved, stout, thick-walled, usually 3-5 septate and are borne on short conidiophores
and radiate heads with biserriate sterigmata.
The microscopic characteristics such as septate and hyaline hyphae; conidiophores
smooth walled and conidia ellipsoidal to cylindrical in shape smooth walled and blue in color were observed.
Morphology of Penicillium purporogenum isolated from shishas' and the air of the studied cafes and rest-places, (a) colony morphology on PDA, (b, c) clusters of conidia, (d - i) conidiophore
and strigmata (biverticillata symmetrical).
Rain damages the conidiophores
therefore less spread and dissemination of conidia occurs .
The fungus extruded on the sixth day (Figures 1F and 1G) with the presence of conidiophores
(Figures 1H and 1I).
Trichoderma species were traditionally classified according to the characteristics of their conidia, conidiophores
, and phialides (Rifai, 1969).
The end cells are pale brown, well differentiated from Alternaria, since conidiophores
are of variable length.
In bronchial lumen abundant fungal figures (hyphae, conidiophores
and spores) were visualized, with hyphae invading the adjacent pulmonary parenchyma (Figures 1 and 2).
Samson (Hypocreales: Clavicipitaceae) based on symptomatology, spores, and conidiophores
Isolated fungi were examined by using 10 x and 40 x magnifications on the microscope to identify hyphae, sporangia, sporangiophores, conidia, conidiophores
and some other morphological characters including growth pattern, colony texture and growth rate of the colonies onPDA(Promputthaetal.