Physiological studies of the Gymnoascaceae with an overview on their ecology

@article{Ghosh1985PhysiologicalSO,
  title={Physiological studies of the Gymnoascaceae with an overview on their ecology},
  author={G. R. Ghosh},
  journal={Proceedings: Plant Sciences},
  year={1985},
  volume={94},
  pages={197-207}
}
  • G. R. Ghosh
  • Published 1985
  • Biology
  • Proceedings: Plant Sciences
The family Gymnoascaceae, is related to the dermatophytes. Anamorphs of certain members lie inChrysosporium, Microsporum andTrichophyton. The members of the family are world wide in distribution. They live as saprophytes on various Keratinous substrates, dung, droppings and in soil. Often they are isolated from clinical sources of human and animal. Therefore these fungi have been regarded as “potential pathogens and opportunistics”. Thus the family is important. Studies on Gymnoascaceae have… Expand
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