Trichocomaceae


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Trichocomaceae

[‚trik·ə·kə′mās·ē‚ē]
(mycology)
A small tropical family of ascomycetous fungi in the order Eurotiales with ascocarps from which a tuft of capillitial threads extrudes, releasing the ascospores after dissolution of the asci.
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Members of the families Davidiellaceae, Mycosphaerellaceae, Trichocomaceae, Pleosporaceae and Saccharomycetaceae were identified in all the remedies (Figure 3).
Aspergillus and Penicillium (Eurotiales: Trichocomaceae) in soils of the Brazilian tropical dry forest: diversity in an area of environmental preservation.
We are very thankful to The Mycological Collection Trichocomaceae (FIOCRUZ-IOC), facilitated the use of microscopically image capture (Mario Gatti and Rodolfo Armando da Cunha) and to Paulo Vander Ferreira Santana for his help with the article English revision.
We have isolated 18 micromycetes from the inner walls of the old hospital building in Kazan city and found that fungal communities represented the class Eurotiomycetes and family Trichocomaceae. Predominant genera (83%) were filamentous fungi Penicillium (9 isolates) and Aspergillus (6 isolates).
belongs to phylum Ascomycota and family Trichocomaceae. Species in the fungus genus' section Flavi have potential to infect maize, peanuts, cotton, and tree nuts among other crops and may contaminate with aflatoxins, which are Group 1 carcinogens according to International Centre for Cancer Research [1, 2].
(2013) found that cinnamon oil had significant inhibitory effect on the fungi Aspergillus flavus Link (Trichocomaceae).
Zhang PY, You Y, Song Y, Wang G, Zhang L (2015) First record of Aspergillus oryzae (Eurotiales: Trichocomaceae) as an entomopathogenic fungus of the locust, Locusta migratoria (Orthoptera: Acrididae).
Phylogeny of Penicillium and the segregation of Trichocomaceae into three families.
Diversity of isolated Trichocomaceae from soil in two forest ecosystems.
Family Trichocomaceae and Pleosporaceae showed the highest contribution among isolated fungal species (5 species each out of 22) followed by Mucoraceae (represented by 2 species) and the remaining fungal families were represented only by one species each.