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of or resembling or containing yeast

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Unlike fungal hyphae, morphologic identification of fungal yeasts and yeastlike fungi in necrotizing granulomas of the lung is feasible in most cases, and correlates well with cultures.
Resistance of the yeastlike fungi strains isolated from different ontogeneses of patients.
Current, the microorganism favoured as a fermentation agent is a yeastlike fungi called Saccharomyces cerevisiae (MENDES-FERREIRA et al., 2010).
(57), (58) "The ability to switch between a yeastlike form and filamentous form is an extended characteristic among several fungi.
INTRODUCTION: Cryptococcosis is an infection caused by the yeastlike fungus, Cryptococcus neoformans.
violaceum is able to establish populations of its haploid yeastlike sporidial stage in the nectar of healthy plants.
Conidia have long been the spores of choice for biopesticide uses, but other fungal cells can be just as effective, including yeastlike structures called "blastospores" and clumps of pigmented fibers known as "microsclerotia." The latter can be easily and cheaply formulated as granules of almost any size for most application needs.
It produces septate hyphae, arthroconidia, and yeastlike growth on culture media.
Isolation and Identification of Yeasts and Yeastlike Organisms from Clinical Veterinary Sources.
The yeastlike organisms were identified according to their morphological characteristics, biochemical profiles obtained with the ID 32C kit (bioMerieux, France), assimilation of six additional sugars, and growth morphology on corn meal agar plates.
Many other feline eye diseases are attributable to viruses, bacteria and fungal organisms that specifically target cats--such as the feline immunodeficiency virus (FIV), the feline leukemia virus (FeLV), the feline infectious peritonitis virus (FIP), feline herpesvirus (FHP), toxoplasma (a parasitic organism) and cryptococcus (a yeastlike fungus commonly found in soil).