Rhizopus


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Rhizopus

 
a genus of perfect fungi; several species are molds and saprobes on fruits, vegetables, or baked goods and can cause mucormycosis.

Rhizopus

(rī'zŏ-pŭs),
A genus of fungi (class Zygomycetes, family Mucoraceae); some species cause mucormycosis in humans.

Rhizopus

/Rhi·zo·pus/ (ri´zo-pus) a genus of fungi (order Mucorales); some species, including R. arrhi´zus and R. rhizopodofor´mis, cause mucormycosis.

rhizopus

(rī′zō-pəs, -zə-)
n.
Any of various fungi of the genus Rhizopus, including several food molds and some species used in preparing fermented foods.

Rhizopus

[rī′zōpəs]
a genus of perfect fungi that includes some species identified as a cause of zygomycosis in humans. Several species are molds and saprobes on fruits, vegetables, or baked goods and can cause mucormycosis.
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Rhizopus

Rhi·zo·pus

(rī'zō-pŭs)
A genus of fungi some species of which cause zygomycosis in humans.

Rhizopus

a genus of the fungal group ZYGOMYCOTA, which contains SAPROPHYTIC MOULDS. Examples include Rhizopus nigricans, the common black bread mould, and Rhizopus oligosporus and Rhizopus oryzae used in the production of tempeh from fermented soybeans.

Rhizopus

a genus of fungi involved in opportunistic infections. Members of order Mucorales of the class Zygomycetes. One of its species R. microspora is commonly found in gastric ulcers of pigs but it is thought that there is no etiological relationship. It also acts as a secondary invader in lesions of rumenitis initiated by lactic acid in carbohydrate engorgement in cattle. It is thought to cause bovine abortion.
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These results obtained for antifungal potential as the zone of growth of BGS oil were similar to the findings of Ahmad and Khan (2013) and Ozusaglam and Karakoca (2013) against Rhizopus and Trichoderma.
Another antifungal Fluconazole was found effective against Aspergillus species; however, resistance against this drug was observed from members of Zygomycetes such as Rhizopmucor, Mucor and Rhizopus spp.
Human and rat macrophages mediate fungistatic activity against Rhizopus species differently: In vitro and ex vivo studies.
Whole soybeans fermented with Aspergillus oryzae and Rhizopus oligosporus for growing pigs.
2--Microscopic examination of Rhizopus arrhizus:unbranched sporangiospores with collapsed columella and rhizoids.
Furthermore, a number of patients with proven Cryptococcus sp, Mucor sp, and Rhizopus sp infections were included in the study, which are generally not detectable by Fungitell.
Rhizopus presenting as an endobronchial obstruction following bone marrow transplant.
Some tempeh is made from soy and Rhizopus mold without any grains, and other varieties of tempeh are made from soy-grain combinations, such as soy and rice or barley or wheat.
2008), biomassa citrica mostrou-se eficiente no controle de Monilinia fructicola em pessegos pos-colheita, porem nao controlou a podridao de Rhizopus stolonifer.
Unopened bottles of ABC Dophilus Powder from the lot received by the infant were cultured by the hospital microbiology laboratory; the samples yielded Rhizopus species, a mold capable of causing mucormycosis.