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Based on workshops taught at Kansas State University and the University of Sydney, this manual explains techniques for growing and identifying strains of the fungal genus Fusarium.
The genus Fusarium is the second most common mold-causing invasive infection in severely immunosuppressed patients and is especially common in patients with hematological malignancies or recipients of solid organ, stem cell or allogeneic bone marrow transplants.
The presence of canoe-shaped conidia and chlamydospores are characteristic for members of the genus Fusarium (Nirenberg and O'Donnell, 1998).
Species of the genus Fusarium collectively represent one of the most important toxin-producing molds threatening agricultural crops and commodities throughout the world," O'Donnell says.
The Genus Fusarium Commonwealth Mycol Inst Kew Surrey The Eastern Press Limited England.