Onygenaceae

Onygenaceae

[‚än·ə·jə′nās·ē‚ē]
(mycology)
A family of ascomycetous fungi in the order Eurotiales comprising forms that inhabit various animal substrata, such as horns and hoofs.
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posadasii belong to the Dikaryomycota class, of the Onygenaceae family (to which other dimorphic fungi such as Paracoccidioides brasiliensis, Histoplasma capsulatum and Blastomyces dermatitidis belong).
Reino: Eumycota; Phylum: Dikaryomycota; Sub-phylum: Ascomycotina; Orden: Onygenales; Familia: Onygenaceae; Genero: Coccidioides; Especies: immitis y posadasii (4, 8, 13).
Soil contaminated with bird droppings accumulated over a long period of time may contain spores of the fungi Histoplasma capsulatum Darling (Ascomycetes: Onygenaceae) or Cryptococcus neoformas (San Felice) Vuillemin (Tremellomycetes: Tremellaceae).
Bionectriaceae, Ceratostomataceae, Chaetomiaceae, Chatosphaeriaceae, Chionosphaeraceae, Diaportaceae, Dipodascaceae, Helotiaceae, Herpotrichiellaceae, Hyaloscyphaceae, Hypocreacea, Lasiosphaeriaceae, Leptosphaeriaceae, Magnaporthaceae Massarinaceae, Microascaceae,, Montagnulaceae, Mycisphaereleceae, Mycosphaerelaceae, Myxotrichaceae, Onygenaceae, Orbilliaceae, Pleomassariceae, Pleosporaceae, Pseudoeurotiaceae, Sclerotiniaceae, and Tubeufiaceae.
Evidence for a phylogenetic connection between Coccidioides immitis and Uncinocarpus reesii (Onygenaceae).