In adults, solitary glomus
tumors are more common and are sporadically inherited.
sp1 (amarelo), Glomus
sp2 (marrom), Rhizoglomus clarum (T.H.
The cuttings were cultivated in 8-L capacity polyethylene recipients containing a substrate of natural soil + humus in a 3:1 ratio, and inoculated with a mixture of inoculum soil containing approximately 200 spores + hyphae + colonized roots of Acaulospora longula, Gigaspora albida, Glomus
clarum, or Claroideoglomus etunicatum, constituting treatments T2, T3, T4, and T5, respectively.
The aim of this study was to examine the single and interactive effects of two earthworms (Pontoscolex corethrurus--endogeic; and Dichogaster bolaui--epigeic); and two AMF (Glomus
etunicatum, now Claroideoglomus etunicatum)--Glomeraceae and Scutellospora verrucosa (now Racocetra verrucosa--Gigasporaceae) species on water-stable aggregates (WSA), glomalin within the aggregates and plant performance.
(2-6) However, few authors have described the application of this technique to address middle ear lesions, including glomus
Whereas Rhizophagus clams (formerly Glomus
darum), a taxon of low usage rate, does not.
Specifically, the abundance of species from the genus Glomus
in the soil at Bijie stie was 69.6%, more than 65% at Libo site.
She was diagnosed as a case of recurrent glomus
tumour of the fingertip, a late recurrence of more than 8 years old.
The case was evaluated in favor of malignant glomus
tumor in the presence of clinical, morphological, and immunohistochemical findings.
Collagen type IV, an immunohistochemical marker in favor of glomus
tumor, was focally and mildly positive.
Samples contained spores of the species Acaulospora scrobiculata, Dentiscutata heterogama, and Glomus
spinuliferum and of four unidentified species of the genera Gigaspora (one species) and Glomus
(four different species).