Stemphylium Information and Courses from MediaLab, Inc.
These are the MediaLab courses that cover Stemphylium and links to relevant pages within the course.
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|Match each of the names of the fungal species listed with the corresponding identifying structures illustrated in the photomicrographs:||View Page|
|The infrequently encountered mold that is represented by the photomicrograph begins as a gray-white colony that blackens with maturity as the hyphae become darkened and single, globose, black conidia are produced. This fungus can be identified as:||View Page|
|The multi-celled conidia of this dematiaceous mold are divided into cells by what are called distosepta (pseudosepta), indicating that the individual cells are surrounded by a sac-like wall that is distinct from the outer cell wall of the conidium. The identification of this mold is:||View Page|
|The chief microscopic feature possessed by Ulocladium species by which it can be differentiated from the close look-alike Stemphilium species is:||View Page|