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Fungal mycelium on the surface of a tree stump. They are a mass of branched and filiform hyphae, sila national park, calabria, Italy
Fungal mycelium on surface of a tree trunk. It consists of a mass of branching, thread-like hyphae.
Septate hyphae of Aspergillus fumigatus from the pateint with severe combined immune deficiency and invasive aspergillosis with aspergillus pneumonia
Fungi. Morphology and life cycle of fungi. Digital illustration without text and with captions in English
mycelium of fungi in the forest, the natural development of mycelium in the forest biosphere
Aspergillus spp. fungal hyphae under microscope with new methylene blue staining, cornidial heads and  round shape spores.
mycelium
Fungi. Classification based on cell division. Septate hyphae (with septa) and aseptate hyphae (coenocytic or without septa).
Compost growing hypha mycelium fungi
detail of mine fungus hyphae growing on wooden element ( Fibroporia vaillantii )
mushroom life cycle. Mushrooms and vegetation. Reproduction fungus. Mycelium vegetative part of a fungus, consisting of a mass of branching, thread-like hyphae. Spore
Fungi. Morphology and life cycle of fungi. Digital illustration without text and with captions in English
Fungi. Morphology and life cycle of fungi. Digital illustration without text and with captions in English
Biology diagram show difference of true hyphae (hypha) in fungi mold with pseudohyphae in yeast
A hypha is a long, branching filamentous structure of a fungus, oomycete, or actinobacterium under the microscope for education.
Red strawberry fruits spoilage (moldy food) has white fuzzy spots caused by mold (mould) which is fungus in form of multicellular filaments called hyphae that produce harmful toxins has bad effect
Structure of Aspergillus
Sticky rice(Glutinous rice) wrapped in banana leaves, be moldy. hyphae on the glutinous rice. It is rotten and has a bad smell.spore will germinate, forming threadlike cells called hyphae.
Structure of Penicillium
The structure of a fungal hyphae. Coenocytic Hyphae, Septate Hyphae
Cross section of a Fungal hyphae cells (septum; bud scar, mitochondrion; vacuole; nucleus; and growth tip and vesicles). Vector diagram for educational, biological, and science use
fungi mycelium on wood
Blastomyces dermatitidis fungi, the causative agent of the disease blastomycosis affecting lungs, more rarely skin, bones, other organs, 3D illustration,
Structure of Aspergillus
Mushroom's mycelium close-up,  mycelium on grain. Growing and cultivating organic Psilocybe Cubensis mushrooms, natural vegan food. Mushroom hypha threads.
Mushroom life cycle (Amanita Pantherina)
Reproductive Structures of Penicillium. Life cycle
Vector  Branchy Fungus Mycorrhiza
The fibers of the white fungus
septate hyphae in hemoculture, wright stain, hyaline septate hyphae
Structure of fungi, septate and coenocytic hyphae.
Fungal cell structure. Fungi hyphae with septa. septum; vacuole; nucleus. Vector diagram for educational, biological, and science use
Mushroom's mycelium close-up,  mycelium on grain. Growing and cultivating organic Psilocybe Cubensis mushrooms, natural vegan food. Mushroom hypha threads.
Structure  of Aspergillus sp. conidia and conidiophores originate from the basal foot cell located on the supporting hyphae   .under the microscope 400X.
Mycelium fungus, Fusarium euwallaceae. Macro. Background
Plastic pack of organic blueberries with fungal hyphae. Moldy fruits to be thrown away. Food waste concept.
Penicillium, ascomycetous fungi, under a microscope. Mycelium, the vegetative part of the fungus, a mass of branching, thread-like hyphae. Used for antibiotics, fermenting, beverages and cheese. Photo
Green mold on a citrus fruit peel. Penicillium fungus, growing in the form of multicellular filaments, called hyphae. Green mould or green rot, a fungus, causing food spoilage. Close-up, macro photo.
Many of septate hyphae or fungus cells in sputum smear, specimen from AIDS patient, analyze by microscope 1000x
Fungi are plants that do not have chlorophyll so they are heterotrophic. Fungi are the unicellular and multicellular. We are made up of threads called hyphae. Hyphae
Microscopic finding conidia and septate hyphae of fungus from fungal culture of skin scaping. Fungal morphology.
contaminant fungi Aspergillus sp with spores and hyphae under the observation of the microscope with 40x objective lens magnification
illustration of biology, Life Cycle of a Mushroom diagram, The fruiting body of fungi
Fungi Aspergillus, black mold which produce aflatoxins and cause pulmonary infection aspergillosis, aspergilloma of brain and lungs, 3D illustration
Rhizopus (bread mold) is a genus of common saprophytic fungi,Rhizopus (bread mold)  under the microscope.
Double colony of Candida albicans that developed hyphae. Dimorphism that passes from yeast to filamentous fungus. Double image with top and rear lighting.
Penicillium spp. conidia  and septate hyphae ,under the microscope .
Squamous papilloma of the tongue with massive growth of candida fungus. Magenta colored fungal hyphae infiltrate the epithelium. PAS stain. Microscopic view.
Plasticine Septate hypha in fungi isolated on white background with clipping path.
Biology diagram shows the basic structure of fungi (mold, bread mold)
LIFE CYCLE MUSHROOM. Fruit body producing spores, Mushroom mycelium.
(Mucormycosis) disease written in search bar, Black fungus disease, Vector illustration
Mushroom's mycelium close-up,  mycelium on grain. Growing and cultivating organic Psilocybe Cubensis mushrooms, natural vegan food. Mushroom hypha threads.
Arthrospore, Branching septate hyphae, Arthroconidia, KOH Preparation, Tinea, Ring Worm infection, Dermatophytes, Arthrospore in microscope
Fungi. The alimentation of fungi. The Fungi. The mycorrhiza. Digital illustration without text and with captions in English.
Mushroom's mycelium close-up,  mycelium on grain. Growing and cultivating organic Psilocybe Cubensis mushrooms, natural vegan food. Mushroom hypha threads.
Mushroom's mycelium close-up,  mycelium on grain. Growing and cultivating organic Psilocybe Cubensis mushrooms, natural vegan food. Mushroom hypha threads.
Mushroom's mycelium close-up,  mycelium on grain. Growing and cultivating organic Psilocybe Cubensis mushrooms, natural vegan food. Mushroom hypha threads.
Mushroom's mycelium close-up,  mycelium on grain. Growing and cultivating organic Psilocybe Cubensis mushrooms, natural vegan food. Mushroom hypha threads.

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Fungus Sporothrix schenckii, the causative agent of sporotrichosis, especially common in florists and gardeners. 3D illustration showing fungal hyphae and spores
Microscopic fungi Malassezia furfur, 3D illustration showing yeast cells and hyphae. They are associated with dandruff, seborrhoeic dermatitis and tinea versicolor
Athlete's foot - tinea pedis, fungal infection
Aspergillus sp. conidia and hyphae  under microscope
Growing mushrooms. Cultivating organic vegan food. Mushroom mycelium close up. Grain mycelium. Mycelium texture. Mushroom hypha threads.
Septate hyphae  in a tracheal aspirate sample - Gram Stain
Fungi Fusarium which produce mycotoxins in cereal crops that affect humans and animals, 3D illustration showing conidia and hyphae
soft focus. Orange moldy rice in the pot, Spoiled rice ,fungus in rice. It is rotten and has a bad smell.spores will germinate, forming thread like cells called hyphae. green moldy rice.
soft focus. Orange moldy rice in the pot, Spoiled rice ,fungus in rice. It is rotten and has a bad smell.spores will germinate, forming thread like cells called hyphae. green moldy rice.
Aspergillus Fumigatus hyphae by LPCB stain
Budding. asexual reproduction of yeast cell. Cross section of a Fungal hyphae cells (septum; bud scar, vacuole). Vector diagram for educational, biological, and science use
The broad septate hyphae in tissue from sinus 100x.
Vector illustration of the structure of a multicellular fungi. Colourful fungus biology picture.
Fungus Sporothrix schenckii, the causative agent of sporotrichosis, especially common in florists and gardeners. 3D illustration showing fungal hyphae and spores
Characterization of aspergillus spp. under light microscope at 40x magnification after staining with Lactophenol cotton blue
Fungus Sporothrix schenckii, the causative agent of sporotrichosis, especially common in florists and gardeners. 3D illustration showing fungal hyphae and spores
Wheat Smut Disease Spike in the wheat field
 Characteristics of Rhizopus is a genus of common saprophytic fungi  on Slide under the microscope for education.
Arthroconidia with septate hyphae in 10%KOH specimen from skin.
Fungi or fungi are plants that do not have chlorophyll so they are heterotrophic. Fungi are the unicellular and multicellular. Its body consists of threads called hyphae. Hyphae can form a woven branc
Rhizopus stolonifer is black bread mold. It is one of the most common fungi in the world. It is a common agent of decomposition of stored foods. Stolonifer grows rapidly, mostly in indoor environments
Fungi. Morphology and life cycle of fungi. Digital illustration without text and with captions in English
Fungi. Morphology and life cycle of fungi. Digital illustration without text and with captions in English
Vector illustration of the Fungal cell anatomy structure. Educational infographic
bacteria and fungal (yeast). comparison of cell structure. Similarities and differences. cross section and anatomy of cell. Biology Chart. Vector illustration on a white background.
Budding in Yeast vector illustration. Asexual reproduction Saccharomyces. infographic of yeast bud formation with nucleus vacuole.
Close up of Aspergillus oryzae is a filamentous fungus, or mold that is used in food production, such as in soybean fermentation for education in laboratory.
The hyphae are broad septate in tissue from sinus.
Animal cell and fungal (yeast) cell structure. cross section and anatomy of cell. Biology Chart. Vector illustration on a white background. detailed diagram for use in education
The white spots on the zinnia leaves caused by a fungus plant pathogen .It is called powdery mildew disease.The fungus produced the white mycelia (hypha,hyphae,growing cells)on the plant leaf surfaces
Typical fungi cell. Fungal Hyphae. Structure fungi. Diagram illustrating the ultrastructure of a septate hypha
Penicillium branches, ascomycetous fungi under the microscope. To humans ascomycetes are a source of medicinal compounds, like antibiotics, for fermenting bread, alcoholic beverages and cheese. Photo.
Microbiology diagram show step of budding in yeast as asexual reproduction.
Filamentous fungi mycelial hyphae on KOH wet mount of nail scrapings in a case of onychomycosis
Dark saptate hyphae, conidiophores elongate and bend (sympodial geniculate growth). conidia are brown, Fusiform appear thick walled usually have 7-11 septa
Mucormycosis write on sticky notes isolated on Wooden Table.
Septate hyphae of Aspergillus species by AFB stain. Specimen from sputum.
Invasive fungal hyphae on H and E tissue stain
Fungal plant disease Powdery Mildew on a tomato leaf. White plaque on the leaf. Infected plant displays white powdery spots on the leaf. Close up.
Fungi or fungi are plants that do not have chlorophyll so they are heterotrophs. Fungi are the unicellular and multicellular. The body is made up of threads called hyphae.
Filamentous texture of a mycelium fungus mushroom colony under observation in biology lab
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