from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. A genus of hyphomycetous fungi forming somewhat effuse, loose, pulvinate masses with branched conidiophores bearing unicellular hyaline or bright-colored conidia. About 13 species are known. T. lignorum is the most common and widely distributed species, forming small dark green masses on decaying wood throughout Europe and North America.


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  • You will see it's a deadly toxin produced by varios fungi, such as fusarium, stachybotrys, trichoderma among others; and as stated above, there are many different mycotoxins, just as dangerous.

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  • From an environmental standpoint alone - there were serious indoor mold problems with stachybotrys, aspergillus, penicillium, chaetomium, trichoderma, fusarium, cladosporium and others found in the toxic home.

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  • For example, scientists can teach farmers about seeds treated with a fungus, trichoderma, to protect seedlings from an another antagonist fungus. - Local News

  • Penicillium, aspergillus and trichoderma spores fall into the 2. 5-micron size

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