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Diagnostic characters of the dermatophytes in relation to their biological differentiation (attempt at a systematic classification)






Zbl. Bakt., Abt. 1 (Orig.), 165: 4, 251-263

Diagnostic characters of the dermatophytes in relation to their biological differentiation (attempt at a systematic classification)

A new scheme for the classification of the dermatophytes is outlined, based on the different levels of specialization represented by the true parasites (e.g., Achorion schoenleini, T. violaceum, Epidermophyton inguinale, the T. tonsurans group, T. rubrum, Microsporum audouini, and M.


Accession: 014010582



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