Histoplasma capsulatum is a nonencapsulated, budding fungus of the Moniliaceae
japonicus, armed with the triterpene glycosides, increased the abundance of dematiaceous species of Hyphomycetes and eliminated some species of Moniliaceae
from the bottom sediments (Table 3).
Botrytis--A genus of parasitic fungi, family Moniliaceae
, whose various species cause spots on flowers, leaves, and stems of plants.
Verticillium Wilt--Wilt produced on many plants by the fungus Verticillium albo-atrum, family Moniliaceae
, which attacks plant roots and vascular bundles of the stem, discoloring and warping them and often killing the infected plant.
The fungal flora was dominated by Moniliaceae
, and Tuberculariaceae and Dematiaceae were absent in natural ultramafic soils.