Blastomyces

Blastomyces dermatitidis is the causal agent of blastomycosis, an invasive and often serious fungal infection found occasionally in humans and other animals in regions where the fungus is endemic. The causal organism is a fungus living in soil and wet, decaying wood, often in an area close to a waterway such as a lake, river or stream. Indoor grow...
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Blastomyces

(blas″to-mi´sēz) a genus of pathogenic fungi growing as mycelial forms at room temperature and as yeastlike forms at body temperature; applied to the yeasts pathogenic for humans and other animals. B. dermati´tidis is the species that causes North American blastomycosis.
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Blastomyces

(from the article `blastomycosis`) infection of the skin and viscera caused by fungal organisms of the genus Blastomyces. There are two major types of blastomycosis: the North ...
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Blastomyces

genus Blastomyces noun genus of pathogenic yeastlike fungi
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blastomyces

A deuteromycetous fungal genus, a species of which, blastomyces dermatitidis, causes blastomycosis. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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Blastomyces

Blastomyces A genus of pathogenic fungi growing as mycelial forms at room temperature and as yeastlike forms at body temperature; applied to the yeasts pathogenic for humans and animals.
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Blastomyces

[n] - genus of pathogenic yeastlike fungi
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