1932
DOI: 10.1001/archderm.1932.01450021021001
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Pleomorphism and Variation in the Dermatophytes

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“…We have used it here in the specialized sense. It is uncertain whether the so-called mutations or saltations observed for other fungi are comparable to the pleomorphisms of the dermatophytes (Emmons, 1932). fig.…”
Section: Effect Of Mixtures Of Amino Acids-since Nonementioning
confidence: 99%
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“…We have used it here in the specialized sense. It is uncertain whether the so-called mutations or saltations observed for other fungi are comparable to the pleomorphisms of the dermatophytes (Emmons, 1932). fig.…”
Section: Effect Of Mixtures Of Amino Acids-since Nonementioning
confidence: 99%
“…mentagrophytes is concerned the pleomorphic forms seem to be characterized bv a greater ability to transform ammonium salts~nd asparagine into the amino acids necessary for protoplasmic protein.") These transformations are probably enzymatic, which means that in becoming 14 Unpublished results, generously transmitted to us by Dr. David R. Goddard, suggest that Trichophyton interdigitale (T. mentagrophytes (Emmons, 1934)) uses sulfate sulfur far less readily than some forms of organic sulfur. The greater benefit from casein hydrolysate, as compared with the synthetic product prepared from amino acids, may be accounted for by the presence of more organic sulfur in the natural product.…”
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“…The nodular bodies of dermatophytes are formed by short, twisted mycelial side branches and have some resemblance to ascogonia of lower ascomycetes [29] except that they always remain infertile. It is interesting in this context, that the hyphae of our strain that were projecting from the nodular bodies had a marked morphological resemblance to peridial hyphae of cleistothecia (Figs 2, 3).…”
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“…var. nodulare is dependent on a combination of more or less variable morphological criteria, that are not specific for this variety [3, 27–29] and the assessment of which may be investigator‐dependent. In this situation a systematic comparison of a larger number of T. ment.…”
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