Synonyms for chaetomiaceae or Related words with chaetomiaceae

mucoraceae              cunninghamellaceae              trichocomaceae              hypocreaceae              pythiaceae              choanephoraceae              pseudonocardiaceae              lasiosphaeriaceae              mycosphaerellaceae              xylariaceae              gnomoniaceae              burkholderiaceae              oceanospirillaceae              actinosynnemataceae              mycobacteriaceae              acetobacteraceae              alteromonadaceae              demetiaceae              moniliaceae              spizellomycetaceae              cystobacteraceae              clavicipitaceae              xanthomonadaceae              verrucomicrobiaceae              peronosporaceae              bifidobacteriaceae              tricholomataceae              dipodascaceae              schizophyllaceae              mortierellaceae              sclerotiniaceae              erysiphaceae              coprinaceae              actinomycetaceae              aeromonadaceae              methylocystaceae              rhodobiaceae              acidobacteriales              lactobacillaceae              exidiaceae              caulobacteraceae              sphingomonadaceae              halobacteriaceae              clostridiaceae              mycotyphaceae              nectriaceae              moniliales              cladosporiaceae              shewanellaceae              mycoplasmataceae             



Examples of "chaetomiaceae"
Farrowia is a genus of fungi within the Chaetomiaceae family.
Trichocladium is a genus of fungi within the Chaetomiaceae family.
Achaetomium is a genus of fungi within the Chaetomiaceae family.
Bommerella is a genus of fungi within the Chaetomiaceae family.
Corynascella is a genus of fungi within the Chaetomiaceae family.
Corynascus is a genus of fungi within the Chaetomiaceae family.
Subramaniula is a genus of fungi within the Chaetomiaceae family.
The Chaetomiaceae are a family of fungi in the Ascomycota, class Sordariomycetes.
Erythrocarpon is a fungal genus in the family Chaetomiaceae. This is a monotypic genus, containing the single species Erythrocarpon microstomum.
Chaetomidium is a genus of fungi within the Chaetomiaceae family. The genus name is synonymous with "Aporothielavia" (Malloch & Cain).
Chaetomiopsis is a genus of fungi within the Chaetomiaceae family. This is a monotypic genus, containing the single species Chaetomiopsis dinae.
Setiferotheca is a genus of fungi within the Chaetomiaceae family. This is a monotypic genus, containing the single species Setiferotheca nipponica.
Boothiella is a genus of fungi within the Chaetomiaceae family. This is a monotypic genus, containing the single species Boothiella tetraspora.
Guanomyces is a genus of fungi within the Chaetomiaceae family. This is a monotypic genus, containing the single species Guanomyces polythrix.
Emilmuelleria is a genus of fungi within the Chaetomiaceae family. This is a monotypic genus, containing the single species Emilmuelleria spirotricha.
Thielavia is a genus of fungi in the family Chaetomiaceae. Circumscribed by German botanist Friedrich Wilhelm Zopf in 1876, "Thielavia" is a teleomorph of "Myceliophthora". Collectively, the genus is widely distributed, and according to a 2008 estimate, contains 31 species. "Thielavia heterothallica" an "T.  terrestris" can cause infections in humans.
Chaetomium is a genus of fungi in the Chaetomiaceae family. It is a dematiaceous (dark-walled) mold normally found in soil, air, cellulose and plant debris. According to the "Dictionary of the Fungi" (10th edition, 2008), there are about 95 species in the widespread genus.
Chaetomium globosum is a well-known mesophilic member of the Chaetomiaceae family of molds. It is a saprophytic fungus that primarily resides on plants, soil, straw, and dung. Endophytic "C. globosum" assists in cellulose decomposition of plant cells. They are found in habitats ranging from forest plants to mountain soils across various biomes. "C. globosum" colonies can also be found indoors and on wooden products.
The genus "Acrophialophora" consist of 3 species: "A. fusispora, A. levis," and "A. seudatica," while "A. fusispora, A. nainiana," and "M. indica" were found to be of the same species, now labeled with a single name", A. fusispora." The 3 species are differentiated by consistent morphological differences, such as conidial size, shape, or color. Through genetic analysis, "A." "fusispora" was found to belong to the family Chaetomiaceae, which includes mostly cellulose decomposers found in the soil, and thermotolerant opportunistic pathogens. Elements of the taxonomy of "A. fusispora" remain unresolved.