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Introduction to Clinical Mycology

Part 2



Arthroconidia and Yeast Cells

Slide 25

January 2012

There are times when you see yeast cells that produce by buds and also may produce arthroconidia. Now in a case like this, you would have to discern which is the predominate form that you see. This is an example of an image that shows arthroconidia and yeast cells. And there are some yeasts that produce both of these, predominately you will see budding yeast cells or you may see some that predominate with arthroconidia and a very few number of blastoconidia, or a budding yeast cell.

Arthroconidia and Yeast Cells

 


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