Atlas of Clinically Important Fungi

Editor/Author Sciortino Jr., Carmen V.
Publication Year: 2017
Publisher: Wiley

Single-User Purchase Price: $200.00
Unlimited-User Purchase Price: $300.00
ISBN: 978-1-119-06966-9
Category: Science - Botany
Image Count: 1124
Book Status: Available
Table of Contents

The Atlas of Clinically Important Fungi provides readers with an alphabetical list of fungi as well as listing the division of fungi by both sporulation and morphology.

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Table of Contents

  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • Abbreviations
  • Part I: Divisions of the Fungi
  • 1 Morphological Growth Index
  • 1.1 Filamentous Bacteria
  • 1.2 Yeasts and Yeast‐like Organisms
  • 1.3 Yeast/Yeast‐like Organisms That Produce Hyphae
  • 1.4 Thermally Dimorphic Fungi
  • 1.5 Thermally Monomorphic Molds
  • 1.6 Dematiaceous (Brown or Black Colored Fungi)
  • 1.7 Other Fungi for Which No Photographs are Available
  • 2 Division of Fungi by Type of Sporulation
  • 2.1 Annelloconidia
  • 2.2 Arthroconidia
  • 2.3 Arthroconidia and Blastoconidia
  • 2.4 Arthroconidia; Spherule in Tissue
  • 2.5 Basidiospores
  • 2.6 Phialoconidia
  • 2.7 Produce Only Macroconidia
  • 2.8 Macroconidia and Microconidia
  • 2.9 Perithecium and Ascospores
  • 2.10 Sporangia or Sporangiospores
  • 2.11 Sporangia with Rhizoids
  • 2.12 Produce Only Microconidia
  • 2.13 Microconidia and Chlamydoconidia
  • 2.14 Microconidia and Arthroconidia
  • 2.15 Microconidia and Cleistothecium
  • 2.16 Yeast Only
  • 2.17 Yeast and Hyphae and Phialides
  • 2.18 Yeast and Pseudohyphae
  • 2.19 Yeast and Conidia
  • 3 Division of Fungi, Yeast, and Bacteriaby Morphological Group
  • 3.1 Actinomycetes, Yeast, and Yeast‐like Organisms
  • 3.2 Dimorphic Organisms
  • 3.3 Dermatophytes
  • 3.4 Zygomycetes (Aseptate)
  • 3.5 Hyaline Molds (Septate)
  • 3.6 Dematiaceous Fungi (Septate)
  • Part II: Descriptions and Photographs of Microorganisms
  • 4 Actinomycetes, Yeast (Thermally Monomorphic), and Yeast‐like Organisms
  • 4.1 Microorganisms with Fungal‐like Morphology Occurring in Fungal Cultures
  • 4.2 Yeast and Yeast‐like Fungi
  • 4.3 Candida spp
  • 4.4 Prototheca spp
  • 4.5 Arthrographis kalrae
  • 4.6 Cryptococcus neoformans
  • 4.7 Geotrichum candidum
  • 4.8 Malassezia spp
  • 4.9 Trichosporon spp
  • 5 Yeast (Thermally Dimorphic)
  • 5.1 Blastomyces dermatitidis
  • 5.2 Coccidioides immitis
  • 5.3 Histoplasma capsulatum
  • 5.4 Sporothrix schenckii
  • 6 Zygomycetes (Aseptate)
  • 6.1 Lictheimia (Absidia) corymbifera
  • 6.2 Conidiobolus lamprauges, coronatus, incongruus
  • 6.3 Cunninghamella bertholletiae
  • 6.4 Mucor spp
  • 6.5 Rhizomucor spp
  • 6.6 Rhizopus spp
  • 6.7 Syncephalastrum racemosum
  • 7 Dermatophytes
  • 7.1 Microsporum spp
  • 7.2 Trichophyton spp
  • 7.3 Epidermophyton floccosum
  • 8 Hyaline Molds (Septate)
  • 8.1 Aspergillus spp
  • 8.2 Beauveria bassiana
  • 8.3 Emmonsia spp
  • 8.4 Fusarium spp
  • 8.5 Gliocladium
  • 8.6 Malbranchea spp
  • 8.7 Paecilomyces spp
  • 8.8 Penicillium spp
  • 8.9 Ramichloridium spp
  • 8.10 Schizophyllum commune
  • 8.11 Scopulariopsis brevicaulis
  • 8.12 Scopulariopsis brumptii
  • 8.13 Sepedonium spp
  • 8.14 Sporotrichum pruinosum
  • 8.15 Trichoderma spp
  • 8.16 Trichothecium roseum
  • 8.17 Chrysosporium tropicum
  • 9 Dematiaceous Fungi (Septate)
  • 9.1 Acremonium spp
  • 9.2 Alternaria spp
  • 9.3 Aureobasidium pullulans
  • 9.4 Bipolaris spicifera, Curvularia hawaiiensis (B. hawaiensis), and C. australiensis (B. australiensis)
  • 9.5 Chaetomium spp
  • 9.6 Cladophialophora (Xylohypha) bantiana
  • 9.7 Cladophialophora boppi
  • 9.8 Cladophialophora carrionii
  • 9.9 Cladosporium sphaerospermum
  • 9.10 Cladosporium spp
  • 9.11 Curvularia spp
  • 9.12 Epicoccum spp
  • 9.13 Exserohilum spp
  • 9.14 Fonsecaea
  • 9.15 Hormonema dematioides
  • 9.16 Hortaea (Phaeoannellomyces, Exophiala) werneckii
  • 9.17 Madurella spp
  • 9.18 Neoscytalidium spp
  • 9.19 Nigrospora spp
  • 9.20 Ochroconis (Dactylaria) spp
  • 9.21 Phaeoacremonium parasiticum
  • 9.22 Phialemonium spp
  • 9.23 Phialophora spp
  • 9.24 Pithomyces sp
  • 9.25 Pseudallescheria boydii
  • 9.26 Scedosporium
  • 9.27 Stachybotrys chartarum
  • 9.28 Stemphylium sp
  • 9.29 Ulocladium sp
  • 9.30 Phoma sp
  • 9.31 Rhinocladiella basitona
  • 9.32 Exophiala dermatitidis (Wangella dermatitidis)
  • 9.33 Exophiala jeanselmei
  • Additional Reading
  • Blastomycosis
  • Histoplasmosis
  • Coccidioidomycosis
  • Paracoccidioidomycosis
  • Zygomycosis
  • Hyaline molds and yeasts
  • Dematiaceous fungi
  • Pleosporales anamorphs: Alternaria, Bipolaris, Coniothyrium, Curvularia, Drechslera, Exserohilum, Leptophoma, Phoma, Pithomyces, Stemphylium
  • Dermatophytes
  • Yeasts
  • Identification techniques