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Nutritional pattern and eco-physiology of Hortaea werneckii, agent of human tinea nigra



Nutritional pattern and eco-physiology of Hortaea werneckii, agent of human tinea nigra



Antonie van Leeuwenhoek 62(4): 321-329



The life cycle of Hortaea werneckii includes yeast-like, hyphal and meristematic growth. The preponderance of each form of propagation can be influenced by enviromental conditions. The clinical entity 'tinea nigra' is explained by ecological similarities between supposed natural niches and human hyperhydrotic skin. The species is recognizable by assimilation of lactose, nitrate and nitrite, no or little growth with L-lysine, cadaverine, creatinine and creatinine, and tolerance of 10% NaCl. It generally does not grow at 36 degree C.

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