Chytridiomycetes


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Related to Chytridiomycetes: class Chytridiomycetes, Ascomycetes, Zygomycetes
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Chytridiomycetes, for example, are usually detected using chitin, keratin or cellulose baits (Lozupone and Klein, 2002; Gleason et al.
In particular, 2 emerging pathogenic fungi--the chytridiomycete Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis, which causes chytridiomycosis in amphibians (4,5), and the ascomycete Geomyces destructans, which causes white-nose syndrome (WNS) in hibernating bats (6)--are implicated in the widespread decline of their vertebrate hosts.
The vast majority of fungi are terrestrial, but the chytridiomycetes, a basal group of fungi, includes flagellated, unicellular, aquatic forms, and it is likely that this was the ancestral condition of the group (1).
Since their recognition in 1975, the anaerobic gut fungus Neocallimastix frontalis from sheep has been classified as Chytridiomycetes, based on thallus morphology (Orpin, 1975) and the presence of chitin in the cell walls (Orpin 1976; Orpin, 1977).
Si bien se ha hecho mencion de la existencia de una micobiota zoosporica unicelular para la provincia de Buenos Aires, la misma solo se remite a hallazgos de especies de Chytridiomycetes y Oomycetes, muchos de ellos parasitos facultativos sobre algas y hongos acuaticos filamentosos (Malacalza, 1968; Lopez & Mac Carthy, 1985; Lopez Lastra & Garcia, 1990, 1997; Steciow, 1998; Eliades et al.