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On Mucor mucedo, Mucor flavus and related species

M. A. A Schipper

On Mucor mucedo, Mucor flavus and related species

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Published by Centraalbureau voor Schimmelcultures in Baarn .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Mucor,
  • Mucorales,
  • Fungi -- Classification

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 33

    StatementM. A. A. Schipper
    SeriesStudies in mycology -- no. 10, Studies in mycology -- no. 10
    The Physical Object
    Pagination33 p. :
    Number of Pages33
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17866072M


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On Mucor mucedo, Mucor flavus and related species by M. A. A Schipper Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. On Mucor mucedo, Mucor flavus and related species. [M A A Schipper; Koninklijke Nederlandse Akademie van Wetenschappen. Centraalbureau voor Schimmelcultures.].

At least one species of Mucor can usually be encountered on almost every substrate that contains some soluble nutrients. Bibliography Benjamin, R.K., and B. Mehrotra. Obligate azygospore formation in two species of Mucor (Mucorales). Aliso Chen, G.-q., and R.-y. Zheng. A new species of Mucor with giant spores.

Acta. Mucor mucedo L., Species Plantarum: () [MB#]. Mucor is a filamentous fungus found in soil, plants, decaying fruits and vegetables. As well as being ubiquitous in nature and a common laboratory contaminant, Mucor spp. may cause infections in man, frogs, amphibians, cattle, and swine.

Most of the Mucor spp. are unable to grow at 37°C and the strains isolated from human infections are. Mucor species Fungus The genus Mucor is a filamentous fungus with several species, few of which grow well at 37C (body temp.) and thereby able to infect humans.

Mucor species have been implicated as an agent in zygomycosis, particularly in the debilitated patient. Mucor is ubiquitous in nature, found in the soil or growing on decaying vegetative matter. Mucor mucedo (genus species) use asexual reproduction.

When erect hyphal sporangiophores are formed. The tip of the sporangiophore swells to form a globose sporangium that contains uninucleate, haploid sporangiospores.

An extension of the sporangiophore called the columella protrudes into the sporangium. The sporangium walls are easily ruptured Class: Mucormycotina.

Mucor racemosus Fresenius, affect grapes in the rainy years by not allowing the fermentation to start, thus resulting a limited production of organic acids (oxalic acid, succinic acid) and glycerol; Mucor mucedo is found on grapes and infected tanks. The must and wine will have a taste of mold (fatty acids produced by mold).

Mucor saturninus var. minutus (Baijal & B.S. Mehrotra) Milko, Opredeltiel mukoral nykh gribov [Key to the identification of Mucorales]: () [MB#] Type of organism: Descriptions. Description of Mucor: The genus Mucor (L. muceo, be moldy) is represented by about 80 species, found through­out the world and about 17 species from India, commonly known as mold.

They grow mostly as saprophytes on decaying fruits and vegetables, in soil (Mucor strictus, M. flavus), on various food- stuff-like bread, jellies, jams, syrups. Taxonomic studies on Mucor inaequisporus, isolated for the first time in South America Article (PDF Available) in Mycotaxon -Ithaca Ny- May with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

A specimen of Mucor indicus was isolated from a dung sample collected in the city of Sertania in the Brazilian state of Pernambuco and its identity confirmed through LSU rDNA sequence analysis.

As mentioned earlier, at least one species of Mucor can be found on almost any dung collected. Some species of Pilobolus, an obligate coprophile, are found on the dung of only a single host species, although other members of the genus have been recorded from the dung of a diverse array of animals, including monkeys, foxes, pigs, sheep, panda, bears, elephants, and chickens (Hu et al.

The species is said to be homothallic, e.g., Mucor hiemalis. Mucor mucedo and Mucor stolonifer are the typical heterothalic species. In heterothallic species the fusion can take place only among the different strained hyphae, which develop on different mycelia of different (+ and -) strains.

The identity of Mucor Mucedo GuY WEST WILSON The modern genus Mucor dates from the first edition of Linnaeus's Species Plantarum * in which eleven species are named.

Of these only M. Mucedo is retained in the genus by modern mycologists while the others are distributed among various genera of Lichenes, Myxomycetes and Hyphomycetes. According to. Mucor is a genus of mold that have many effects on humans. They can contaminate food and cause disease.

In addition, mucor can be utilized in industrial applications. Learn about this group of. Mucor mucedo var. mucedo Mucor mucedo var. vulgaris Pers., Mucor murorum Naumov Mucor murorum var. bitabulatus Pidopl.

& Milko Mucor murorum var. coloratus Naumov Mucor murorum var. macrosporus Naumov Mucor murorum var. murorum Mucor murorum var. robustus Naumov Mucor murorum var.

rufescens Naumov Mucor proliferus Schostak. Mucor rigidus. This page was last edited on 3 Septemberat Text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may   Disseminated mucormycosis occurs when the infection spreads through the bloodstream to affect another part of the body.

The infection most commonly affects the brain, but also can affect other organs such as the spleen, heart, and skin. Types of fungi that most commonly cause mucormycosis. Examples are: Rhizopus species, Mucor species. Mucor is a mold found in soil, plants, manure, decaying fruits, vegetables and as a common contaminant of stored and processed foods in the kitchen.

There are about 50 species described worldwide and many plague water-damaged or moist building materials and can trigger allergies on exposed people. Healthy Homes Inc. Phone: Company Bio: are always looking for reputable contractors to service the needs of p.

Mucormycosis frequently infects the sinuses, brain, or infection of the oral cavity or brain are the most common forms of mucormycosis, the fungus can also infect other areas of the body such as the gastrointestinal tract, skin, and other organ systems.

In rare cases, the maxilla may be affected by mucormycosis. The rich blood vessel supply of maxillofacial areas usually prevents Specialty: Infectious disease. Mucor é um gênero de células esféricas que contam com cerca de espécies de bolores geralmente encontrados no solo, sistemas digestivos, superfícies de plantas, grãos e Classe: Zygomycetes.

Summary: Rhizopus, Mucor, and Lichtheimia (formerly Absidia) species are the most common members of the order Mucorales that cause mucormycosis, accounting for 70 to 80% of all contrast, Cunninghamella, Apophysomyces, Saksenaea, Rhizomucor, Cokeromyces, Actinomucor, and Syncephalastrum species individually are responsible for fewer than 1 to 5% of reported cases of Cited by:   Mucoralean fungi are also known as human and animal pathogens.

Mucor corymbifer (currently Lichtheimia corymbifera) was first reported as causative agent of mycosis in a rabbit (Platauf ).In the last decades, the reported number of infections caused by members of the Mucorales (mucormycoses) has constantly increased. This is probably due to a rising awarness, an improved Cited by: Mucor and Rhizopus are is commonly called pin mould, is saprophytic fungus.

It grows on stale moist bread, rotten fruits, decaying vegetables, animal dung etc. Rhizopus is known as. Mucoraceae Overview. The concept of Mucoraceae has undergone a number of changes in the last few years from the one presented as part of a comprehensive survey of Mucorales by Hesseltine and Ellis inwhich refected the thinking of most students of the Mucorales up to that time and on to the end of that decade (Benjamin, ).

Mucor renisporus KJ EF EF EF PREM n.d. EF EF Mucor flavus CBS n.d. EF EF Mucor mucedo CBS n.d. EF EF * not determined strains were found to be related to M. circinel-loides and in the case of DQ (M. circinelloides) the sequences were found to be identical. Mucor mucedo 5X. Composition: 1 ampule of 1 ml contains: Medically active substance: 1 ml Mucor mucedo 5X aqueous dilut.

Other constituents: isotonic sodium chloride solution. Characteristics: The mold fungus Mucor mucedo shows a strong preference for the area of the head for its field of effectiveness as an isopathic preparation. This page was last edited on 15 Januaryat Files are available under licenses specified on their description page.

All structured data from the file and property namespaces is available under the Creative Commons CC0 License; all unstructured text is available under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License; additional terms may apply. Abstract.

Mucor racemosus is a member of the order Mucorales of the Zygomyceta. Although Mucor exhibits multiple morphologies, interest has focused on vegetative yeast-hyphal dimorphism. Part of the interest in Mucor dimorphism concerns their potential as etiological agents of disease.

In healthy humans, Mucor rarely causes disease, but in the host compromised by immune deficiency, immune. The Mucor genus consists of at least 39 species. (1) Mucor racemosus was one of the first soil fungi ever to be discovered and was isolated as early as M. racemosus is a dimorphic, facultative anaerobic zygomycete, capable of vegetative growth in either a filamentous phase or as spherical yeasts.

(2) It is a rapid-growing fungus, usually. covered kernels and incubate at a warm temperature. If the mold is Mucor, it will sporulate in a.

few days and be easy to identify. The most frequently seen species of this genus are Mucor racemosus and Mucor plumbeus. Mucor pusil/us, a true thermophile, thrives in the ° F. (° C.) range and is a major. In aquatic species of mucor, where their is high acidity and more sugar-rich substance hypha become septed than septed portion become round in shape and separate from the parent hypha.

These are thin walled asexual spore called oidia. Sexual reproduction. In mucor sexual reproduction takes place by gametangial conjugation. The genus Mucor, a key for the identification of the species will be given at the end of the book, was established in by Micheli.

The genus may be divided into three groups of species. The first division includes those species with unbranched spcsrangiophores, such as Mucor mucedo.

The second group comprises the moulds with clu. (Mucor) corymbifera on the basis of expert review of the tissue section morphology alone (). However, many cases of cul- ture-confirmed absidiomycosis have been reported.

Infections with A. corymbifera encompass the entire spectrum of zygomy- cete disease manifestations including cutaneous and subcuta- neous, rhinocerebral, pulmonary.

Mucor species are able to reproduce both sexually and asexually, with asexual reproduction as the most common method of reproduction, which results in the production of aplanospores (Reddy, ).

Some species are homothallic where zygospores are formed in cultures derived from a single sporangiospore. Atypical representative of Mucor (bread mould) is Mucor mucedo. Pathogenic species of this Mucor (mould) may cause infection of lungs, middle ear and general severe infectious process in man.

The mould (filamentous) or mycelial fungi grow as long filaments (hyphae) and reproduce by. Species; Phylum: Zygomycota Family: Mucoraceae.

Mucor mucedo Fresen. Common Pinmould. Although undoubtedly common on dung, soil and compost, it is infrequently recorded. About 3 cm tall, the sporangia are mostly microns across.

Determiner: Chris Johnson. Rhizopus, Mucor, and Lichtheimia (formerly Absidia) species are the most common members of the order Mucorales that cause mucormycosis, accounting for 70 to 80% of all cases. In contrast, Cunninghamella, Apophysomyces, Saksenaea, Rhizomucor, Cokeromyces, Actinomucor, and Syncephalastrum species individually are responsible for fewer than 1 to 5 Cited by: The photograph shows three sporangia of a species of Mucor isolated from inside a beaver lodge.

The one at left is still unbroken and shows the columella as a pale sphere inside. The middle sporangium has broken and the spores are beginning to escape. The one at right, photographed at a slightly higher magnification, is highly broken and. Name, Author, Year, (Current name), Parent taxon.

Pages: 1 of 11 records. TofP BofP. Mucor P. Micheli ex L.(also see Species Fungorum: Calicium); Caliciaceae.Identification of Mucor mucedo as a postharvest pathogen of fresh market tomato.

PhytopathologyMicrobiosPermits: These permits may be required for shipping this product: USDA APHIS PPQ. Mucor is a genus of about 40 species of molds commonly found in soil and on plant surfaces, as well as in rotten vegetable matter.

Rhizopus is a genus of molds that includes cosmopolitan filamentous fungi found in soil, decaying fruit and vegetables, animal feces, and old bread. 0 0 0.