Sporobolomyces Kluyver & van Niel

@inproceedings{Boekhout1998SporobolomycesK,
  title={Sporobolomyces Kluyver & van Niel},
  author={Teun Boekhout and Takashi Nakase},
  year={1998}
}
Publisher Summary This chapter focuses on Sporobolomyces genus and its member species. The cells of this genus are ellipsoidal, subglobose, fusiform or cylindroidal, and budding is mostly polar, rarely lateral or multilateral, with buds sessile or on short denticles, enteroblastic, and with percurrent or sympodial proliferation. Ballistoconidia are bilaterally symmetrical, ellipsoidal, falcate, allantoid, lacrymoid or amygdaliform, and the colonies are salmon-pink, orange-red, red, cream, or… CONTINUE READING

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