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THE FUNGOUS DISEASES OF MAN
A brief account of psychology for revision purposes, especially for those studying for a diploma in psychological medicine, and an attempt to meet the requirements of a student desirous of passing a first examination in Botany. Expand
THE GENUS MYXOTRICHUM KUNZE
The genus Myxotrichum Kunze is monographed and limited to seven valid species, with two new combinations described. Expand
THE EFFECT OF SEA WATER AND SODIUM CHLORIDE ON THE GROWTH OF FUNGI PATHOGENIC TO MAN.
Dissociation in Candida albicans.
Tinea capitis, ringworm of the scalp.
IN VITRO PRODUCTION OF THE SPHERULE PHASE OF COCCIDIOIDES IMMITIS
The in vitro growth of the spherule (sporangium) phase of Coccidioides immitis has posed a problem of prime interest in the study of the disease coccidioidomycosis and was achieved with some degree of success by several investigators by means of special media. Expand
A new species of Arthroderma established according to biological species concepts.
The possibility that more than one species is being dealt with is considered in the attempted matings of single ascospore strains of A rthroderma quadrifldum Dawson & Gentles from diverse geographic regions. Expand
An unusual isolate of Coccidioides immitis from the Los Banos area of California.
An atypical form of Coccidioides immitis has been isolated from the Los Banos area of California where several anthropology students had been infected and produced arthrospores in a cluster of hyphal branches which formed acute angles with the main branch. Expand
A NEW GENUS OF THE GYMNOASCACEAE WITH SWOLLEN PERIDIAL SEPTA
A new genus of the Gymnoascaceae, Auxarthron, is established to include certain species previously excluded from Gymnoascus and Myxolrichum that are characterized by enlargements at the septa in the peridial hyphae. Expand
Nodular granulomatous perifolliculitis of the legs caused by Trichophyton rubrum.
- J. W. Wilson, O. A. Plunkett, A. Gregersen
- Biology, Medicine
- A.M.A. archives of dermatology and syphilology
- 1 March 1954
THE FUNGI in the group known as the "dermatophytes" acquired the name because of their propensity for limiting their pathogenic activities to the skin; their inability to survive in any of the deeper… Expand