Dematiaceous

Dematiaceous means dark-colored and is generally used to refer to a group of fungi, the Dematiaceous molds, that produce melanin in their cell walls. The melanin is responsible for the characteristic brown color of the fungal colonies when grown on agar. Dematiaceous fungi show septated hyphae with irregular branching. They are responsible for a n...
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dematiaceous

Denoting dark conidia and/or hyphae, usually brown or black; used frequently to denote dark-coloured fungi. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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dematiaceous

Type: Term Pronunciation: dē-mat′i-ā′shŭs Definitions: 1. Denoting dark conidia and/or hyphae, usually brown or black; used frequently to denote dark-colored fungi. Synonyms: phaeoid
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