Definitions for "Fungus"
Any one of the Fungi, a large and very complex group of thallophytes of low organization, -- the molds, mildews, rusts, smuts, mushrooms, toadstools, puff balls, and the allies of each. See fungi.
A low form of plant life that may cause disease, such as oral thrush or yeast infections.
occurring as single-celled forms such as yeast and complex forms such as mushrooms, fungi can cause infections from mild skin infections such as ringworm and athleteis foot to life-threatening conditions such as cryptococcal meningitis, histoplasmosis, and clastomycosis.
Keywords:  ska, brutus, harddrive, punk, hardcore
Fungus, branded on air as Fungus 53, is a punk/hardcore/ska radio station on XM Satellite Radio, launched in early 2004. The channel is one of nine on XM that is marked with an xL, indicating frequent explicit language. The channel is programmed by Lou Brutus, who is also host of the nationally syndicated radio show, Harddrive, and former program director of Special X.
( Saprolegnia) The body has 'woolly' growths, Treatable. (See also Fish Health section) enus ( pl. Genera) Individual group within a family, containing one or more species.
There are many types of fungus diseases that can damage turfgrass. The best remedy is to apply a broad spectrum fungicide as soon as the problem is identified, or even as part of your regular maintenance program. Always be sure to follow label and safety instructions. Fungus can be easily spread throughout an otherwise healthy lawn by a contaminated lawn mower or foot traffic. Proper watering and regular maintenance are the best preventions of fungus. Over-watering, high humidity, high temperatures, improper fertilizing, thatch mat build-up are some of the most common causes.(empty)
Keywords:  funnelform, genotype
Funnelform Genotype
A type of roof discoloration caused by algae. Commonly called fungus growth. Also called ALGAE DISCOLORATION.
See "algae discoloration."
Parietal Trisomy Pathologic Tubulin
A spongy, morbid growth or granulation in animal bodies, as the proud flesh of wounds.
a germ that needs to live on another living thing
A vegetable cellular organism which lives harmlessly on most skin surfaces. Some forms may also invade the skin or nails as a pathogen.
a simple life form that cannot make its own food, but can cause disease
a primitive life-form that multiplies by a nonsexual, budding process; a cause of vaginitis.
Keywords:  sealant, damp, grey, sunlight, tend
A black, grey or brown fungus that can grow on the surface of a paint or sealant. It forms most often on areas that tend to be damp and receive little or no sunlight.
Keywords:  colorless
a colorless (i
Keywords:  stretched, series, tubes, wall, single
a series of single cells having tiny tubes of material on the cell wall stretched between the cells
a series of single cells that have small tubes of the material from which the cell is made, which stretches between the cell walls
a superficial skin problem, not an internal one
Keywords:  quick, artist, change
a quick-change artist