___________ is a chain of cells in fungi which may be formed from budding yeast cells, remaining attached to each other.
Macroconidia and microconidia
__________ and __________ are used to indicate the size and complexity of conidias.
B. First sentence is incorrect, and the second sentence is correct.
Choose the correct letter: Agostino Bassi is the father of medical mycology. He is also the first person to prove that a disease was caused by a microorganism in his experiments.
a. First sentence is correct, and the second sentence is incorrect.
b. First sentence is incorrect, and the second sentence is correct.
c. Both sentences are incorrect.
d. Neither of the sentences are incorrect.
Explanation: Fungi lives well in moist, DARK and warm conditions and not in light environments.
TRUE OR FALSE: Optimal conditions for fungi include moist, light, and warm environments.
What is the reproductive element of teleomorphs?
Pityriasis (or Tinea) versicolor/ an-an
_____________ is a fungal infection caused by Malassezia spp, often presenting as hypo to hyperpigmented macules with slight scaling on the upper trunk, neck and upper arm.
_____________ is a dimorphic fungus capable of changing forms according to temperature.
Cholesterol : Sterol found in mammalian cell membrane :: __________ : Sterol found in fungal cell membrane
Pigmented, usually gray to black : __________ :: Colorless, clear : Hyaline
A respiratory disease caused by inhalation of a significant amount of spores from the puffball fungi (Lycoperdon), causing an inflammation of the alveoli (extrinsic allergic alveolitis) is called __________.