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Synonyms for Entomophthora

type genus of the Entomophthoraceae

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Purification and characterization of protease enzymes of Basidiobolus and Conidiobolus species.
The 2 principal species responsible for most of these infections are Basidiobolus ranarum and Conidiobolus coronatus.
The only organisms in the histologic differential are Conidiobolus coronatus, Conidiobolus incongruus, and Pythium insidiosum, organisms that are associated with head and neck disease in humans or pleuropericarditis in immunosuppressed patients; however, these microorganisms would be equally rare as a cause of disseminated disease in immunocompetent subjects.
The histopathologic appearance of GIB may be confused with Conidiobolus coronatus, another Entomophthorales, or mucormycosis [7].
Pathology of nasal infection caused by Conidiobolus lamprauges and Pythium insidiosum in sheep.
DISCUSSION: Subcutaneous phycomycosis is a fungal infection of the subcutaneous fats caused by Zygomatous group of fungi in the family Entomophthoraceae, mainly in the genus Basidiobolus (common in children) and Conidiobolus in adults (Prasad PV, 2002).
Zygomycosis due to entomophthoraceous fungi is caused by the species of two genera: Basidiobolusand Conidiobolus.
Conidiobolus coronatus was first described by Rixford and Gilchrist in 1896.
Rinites granulomatosas causadas por fungos da Classe Zygomycetes, incluindo Conidiobolus lamprauges (RIET-CORREA et al.
No Brasil, em ovinos, focos de rinite causados por Conidiobolus spp.
Conidiobolomycosis is caused by fungi from the genus Conidiobolus, and it affects multiple species such as horses (STEIGER & WILLIAMS, 2000), sheep (KETTERER et al.