|Statement||(by) D.W.R. Mackenzie (and) C.M. Philpot.|
|Series||Public Health Laboratory Service Monograph Series -- 15|
|Contributions||Philpot, C. M.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 60p. :|
|Number of Pages||60|
Book: Isolation and identification of ringworm fungi. + 60 pp. ref.3 Abstract: The purpose of this monograph is to provide basic information on the culture and assistance with the identification identification Subject Category: Techniques techniques Subject Category: Techniques, Methodologies and Cited by: 6. Abstract: This valuable monograph gives information that will permit all diagnostic laboratories to undertake the identification of the aetiological agents of ringworm. It begins with a general account of fungal which includes descriptions of spores and other characteristic structures that can be observed both in the parasitic phase and in by: 6. Objective: The present study deals with the isolation and identification of phytopathogenic fungi. The fungal isolates were Alternaria spp (Tomato early blight), Fusarium oxysporum (Fusarium wilt. The isolation and distribution of fungi in spoilt fruits in Gwagwalada is a novel discovery which Veterinary World, EISSN: Available at exposed array of fungi which are pathogenic to man and animals.
tions on field collecting, isolation techniques, main-tenance of cultures and specimens, and. related matters. that are applicable to a variety of situations and for a substantial number of different. kinds of fungi. PART II. Taxonomic Groups. For each of a consider-able array of commonly taught natural groups of. fungi. Isolation and Identification of Fungi Associated with Postharvest Decay of Lycopersicum esculentum M. sold in Abakaliki, Nigeria. IOSR Journal of Agriculture and Veterinary Science (IOSR-JAVS) e-ISSN: , p-ISSN: Volume 9, Issue 7 Ver. I (July ), PP Tinea (commonly called “ringworm”) spreads easily between people and animals. Tinea can also spread from one part of the body to another (for example, a patient with tinea pedis can go on to develop tinea cruris). Humans and animals can also be non-symptomatic carriers and can spread tinea to others. Isolation and Identification of fungi from suspected fungal skin infections in patients attending 58 Patients from different age groups were seen at the dermatology clinic. Fungi isolated from various age groups are shown in the table below. Table 2 Frequencies of Fungi Isolated from different Age Groups. Frequency Percent Valid Percent Cumulative.
Author(s): Mackenzie,D W R; Philpot,C M Title(s): Isolation and identification of ringworm fungi/ D.W.R. Mackenzie, C.M. Philpot. Country of Publication: England Publisher: London: H.M.S.O., Description: vi, 59 p.: ill. In book: Prospects and Applications for Plant Associated Microbes: A Laboratory Manual, Part B: Fungi (pp) Chapter: Isolation and identification of fungal endophytes. After isolation, fungi frequently are identified by the morphologic characteristics of spores and structures. Lactophenol cotton blue mounts are used commonly. The germ tube test, in which yeast is incubated for 2 to 3 hours at 35°C in fresh fetal calf serum, identifies Candida albicans by outgrowth of a tube (not all C. albicans are germ tube. Ringworm fungi are known as dermatophytes -- microscopic organisms that feed on the dead tissues of your skin, hair, and nails, much like a mushroom can grow on the bark of a tree. Dermatophytes cause superficial infections—so-called because they occur on the surface of the skin.