Monilia

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Monilia

 [mo-nil´e-ah]
1. former name for Candida.
2. a genus of imperfect fungi of the family Moniliaceae.
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Monilia

(mō-nil'ē-ă),
Generic term for a group of fungi that are commonly known as fruit molds; the sexual state is Neurospora. A few closely related pathogenic organisms formerly classified in this genus are now properly termed Candida.
[L. monile, necklace]
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Mo·nil·i·a

(mō-nil'ē-ă)
Generic term for a group of fungi commonly known as fruit molds; the sexual state is Neurospora. A few closely related pathogenic organisms formerly classified in this genus are now properly termed Candida.
[L. monile, necklace]
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