Definition of Mucor. Meaning of Mucor. Synonyms of Mucor

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Definition of Mucor

Mucor
Mucor Mu"cor, n. [L., fr. mucere to be moldy or musty.] (Bot.) A genus of minute fungi. The plants consist of slender threads with terminal globular sporangia; mold.

Meaning of Mucor from wikipedia

- Mucor is a microbial genus of approximately 40 species of moulds commonly found in soil, digestive systems, plant surfaces, some cheeses like tomme de...
- Mucor mucedo, commonly known as the common pinmould, is a fungal plant pathogen and member of the phylum Zygomycota and the genus Mucor. Commonly found...
- Mucor racemosus is a rapidly growing, weedy mould belonging to the phylum, Zygomycota. It is one of the earliest fungi to be grown in pure culture and...
- Mucor circinelloides is a dimorphic fungus belonging to the Order Mucorales (Division Mucormycota). It has a worldwide distribution, found mostly in soil...
- Rhizomucor miehei (also: Mucor miehei ) is a species of fungus. It is commercially used to produce enzymes which can be used to produce a microbial rennet...
- Mucor piriformis is a plant pathogen that causes a soft rot of several fruits known as Mucor rot. Infection of its host fruits, such as apples and pears...
- Rhizopus nigricans Ehrenberg (1820) Mucor stolonifer Ehrenberg (1818) Rhizopus artocarpi var. luxurians Schroet (1886) Mucor niger Geodoelst (1902) Rhizopus...
- Mucor velutinosus is a fungus first isolated from human clinical specimens in the US. It is closely related to Mucor ramosissimus, but differs in its ability...
- cultivations.[citation needed] Karimi, Keikhosro; Zamani, Akram (2013). "Mucor indicus: Biology and industrial application perspectives: A review". Biotechnology...
- Mucor hiemalis is a fungal plant pathogen. M. hiemalis grows in expanding gray colonies. It grows branched sporangiop****s that yielding yellow to dark...
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