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Hyacinth hyphae spread rapidly. One cause is rotten water Royalty Free Stock PhotoHyacinth hyphae spread rapidly. One cause is rotten waterMouldy. Close up shot mouldy food. Fungus mould growing on rotten rice Approximately 3 weeks. Mould is a fungus that grows in the form of multicellular filaments Stock ImagesMouldy. Close up shot mouldy food. Fungus mould growing on rotten rice Approximately 3 weeks. Mould is a fungus that grows in the form of multicellular filamentsFungi. Classification based on cell division. Septate hyphae (with septa) and aseptate hyphae (coenocytic or without septa Stock PhotosFungi. Classification based on cell division. Septate hyphae (with septa) and aseptate hyphae (coenocytic or without septaMouldy food. Close up shot mouldy food. Fungus mould growing on rotten rice Approximately 3 weeks. Mould is a fungus that grows in the form of multicellular Royalty Free Stock PhotographyMouldy food. Close up shot mouldy food. Fungus mould growing on rotten rice Approximately 3 weeks. Mould is a fungus that grows in the form of multicellularMouldy food. Close up shot mouldy food. Fungus mould growing on rotten rice Approximately 3 weeks. Mould is a fungus that grows in the form of multicellular Royalty Free Stock PhotosMouldy food. Close up shot mouldy food. Fungus mould growing on rotten rice Approximately 3 weeks. Mould is a fungus that grows in the form of multicellularMouldy food. Close up shot mouldy food. Fungus mould growing on rotten rice Approximately 3 weeks. Mould is a fungus that grows in the form of multicellular Stock ImageMouldy food. Close up shot mouldy food. Fungus mould growing on rotten rice Approximately 3 weeks. Mould is a fungus that grows in the form of multicellularMouldy food. Close up shot mouldy food. Fungus mould growing on rotten rice Approximately 3 weeks. Mould is a fungus that grows in the form of multicellular Royalty Free Stock PhotosMouldy food. Close up shot mouldy food. Fungus mould growing on rotten rice Approximately 3 weeks. Mould is a fungus that grows in the form of multicellularMouldy food. Close up shot mouldy food. Fungus mould growing on rotten rice Approximately 3 weeks. Mould is a fungus that grows in the form of multicellular Royalty Free Stock PhotoMouldy food. Close up shot mouldy food. Fungus mould growing on rotten rice Approximately 3 weeks. Mould is a fungus that grows in the form of multicellularMouldy food. Close up shot mouldy food. Fungus mould growing on rotten rice Approximately 3 weeks. Mould is a fungus that grows in the form of multicellular Royalty Free Stock PhotosMouldy food. Close up shot mouldy food. Fungus mould growing on rotten rice Approximately 3 weeks. Mould is a fungus that grows in the form of multicellularMouldy food. Close up shot mouldy food. Fungus mould growing on rotten rice Approximately 3 weeks. Mould is a fungus that grows in the form of multicellular Stock ImageMouldy food. Close up shot mouldy food. Fungus mould growing on rotten rice Approximately 3 weeks. Mould is a fungus that grows in the form of multicellularMouldy food. Close up shot mouldy food. Fungus mould growing on rotten rice Approximately 3 weeks. Mould is a fungus that grows in the form of multicellular Stock PhotosMouldy food. Close up shot mouldy food. Fungus mould growing on rotten rice Approximately 3 weeks. Mould is a fungus that grows in the form of multicellularMucor. Magnified Mucor sporangia and hyphae Royalty Free Stock PhotoMucor. Magnified Mucor sporangia and hyphaeMold or mould. A mold or mould is a fungus that grows in the form of multicellular filaments called hyphae Stock PhotosMold or mould. A mold or mould is a fungus that grows in the form of multicellular filaments called hyphaeCracks can occur in the affected tree due to wind. Microscopic features.The spores are lemon-yellow in colour, and oblong-ellipsoid in shape. They measure 15– Stock ImageCracks can occur in the affected tree due to wind. Microscopic features.The spores are lemon-yellow in colour, and oblong-ellipsoid in shape. They measure 15–Species from the genus Ganoderma and Fomitopsis pinicola. Microscopic features.The spores are lemon-yellow in colour, and oblong-ellipsoid in shape. They measure Royalty Free Stock PhotographySpecies from the genus Ganoderma and Fomitopsis pinicola. Microscopic features.The spores are lemon-yellow in colour, and oblong-ellipsoid in shape. They measureThe fruit bodies are perennial, surviving for up to thirty years. Microscopic features.The spores are lemon-yellow in colour, and oblong-ellipsoid in shape. They Royalty Free Stock ImageThe fruit bodies are perennial, surviving for up to thirty years. Microscopic features.The spores are lemon-yellow in colour, and oblong-ellipsoid in shape. TheyF. fomentarius is particularly adept at moving between cracks on the tree without interruption. Microscopic features.The spores are lemon-yellow in colour, and Stock PhotoF. fomentarius is particularly adept at moving between cracks on the tree without interruption. Microscopic features.The spores are lemon-yellow in colour, andIt is also capable of colonising and breaking down pollen grains, giving it a second food source which is particular high in nitro. Microscopic features.The Stock ImagesIt is also capable of colonising and breaking down pollen grains, giving it a second food source which is particular high in nitro. Microscopic features.TheThe lines are caused by enzymes called phenoloxidases, converting either fungus or plant matter into melanin. Microscopic features.The spores are lemon-yellow in Royalty Free Stock ImageThe lines are caused by enzymes called phenoloxidases, converting either fungus or plant matter into melanin. Microscopic features.The spores are lemon-yellow inThe decayed wood shows black lines in the lightly coloured decayed areas; these are known as pseudosclerotic layers or demarcation. Microscopic features.The Royalty Free Stock PhotosThe decayed wood shows black lines in the lightly coloured decayed areas; these are known as pseudosclerotic layers or demarcation. Microscopic features.TheIt can grow on the bark wound, or even directly onto the bark of older or dead trees. Microscopic features.The spores are lemon-yellow in colour, and oblong Stock PhotographyIt can grow on the bark wound, or even directly onto the bark of older or dead trees. Microscopic features.The spores are lemon-yellow in colour, and oblongFomes fomentarius is a stem decay plant pathogen. The species` mycelium penetrates the wood of trees through damaged bark or broke. Microscopic features.The Royalty Free Stock PhotoFomes fomentarius is a stem decay plant pathogen. The species` mycelium penetrates the wood of trees through damaged bark or broke. Microscopic features.TheThe solution will turn a dark blood red if the specimen is F. fomentarius, due to the presence of the chemical fomentariol. Microscopic features.The spores are Stock ImageThe solution will turn a dark blood red if the specimen is F. fomentarius, due to the presence of the chemical fomentariol. Microscopic features.The spores areAn easy way to differentiate F. fomentarius is by adding a drop of potassium hydroxide onto a small piece of the fruit body. Microscopic features.The spores are Stock PhotoAn easy way to differentiate F. fomentarius is by adding a drop of potassium hydroxide onto a small piece of the fruit body. Microscopic features.The spores areMushrooms in the forest. Fungus is an organism that suction nutrients in dissolved form, the body of which is constructed of filaments-hyphae, and reproduction Stock ImageMushrooms in the forest. Fungus is an organism that suction nutrients in dissolved form, the body of which is constructed of filaments-hyphae, and reproductionMushrooms in the forest. Fungus is an organism that suction nutrients in dissolved form, the body of which is constructed of filaments-hyphae, and reproduction Stock PhotoMushrooms in the forest. Fungus is an organism that suction nutrients in dissolved form, the body of which is constructed of filaments-hyphae, and reproductionCookeina, Mushroom champagne. Species in the Cookeina have a deep, cup-shaped to funnel-shaped fruiting bodies, or apothecia. The inner spore-bearing surface of Stock PhotosCookeina, Mushroom champagne. Species in the Cookeina have a deep, cup-shaped to funnel-shaped fruiting bodies, or apothecia. The inner spore-bearing surface ofCookeina, Mushroom champagne. Species in the Cookeina have a deep, cup-shaped to funnel-shaped fruiting bodies, or apothecia. The inner spore-bearing surface of Royalty Free Stock ImageCookeina, Mushroom champagne. Species in the Cookeina have a deep, cup-shaped to funnel-shaped fruiting bodies, or apothecia. The inner spore-bearing surface ofBread Mold Background. Yellow Hyphae of Green Mold Royalty Free Stock PhotoBread Mold Background. Yellow Hyphae of Green MoldYeast cells. Under microscope view Stock PhotographyYeast cells. Under microscope viewYeast cells. Under microscope view Stock PhotosYeast cells. Under microscope viewConidia. Sometimes termed asexual chlamydospores, or chlamydo are asexual, non-motile spores of a fungus, from the Greek word for dust, konis Stock PhotoConidia. Sometimes termed asexual chlamydospores, or chlamydo are asexual, non-motile spores of a fungus, from the Greek word for dust, konisYeast. Photomicrograph of the brewers' yeast Royalty Free Stock PhotoYeast. Photomicrograph of the brewers' yeastBread Mold. Black Bread Mold Rhizopus Stolonifer Royalty Free Stock PhotosBread Mold. Black Bread Mold Rhizopus StoloniferPowdery mildew. Pumpkin leaf, strongly affected by mildew, with pumpkin flowers in the background Stock PhotosPowdery mildew. Pumpkin leaf, strongly affected by mildew, with pumpkin flowers in the backgroundScientist show colony of fungus. Asperillus niger in culture medium plate, Microbiology Royalty Free Stock PhotographyScientist show colony of fungus. Asperillus niger in culture medium plate, MicrobiologyFungi Candida albicans which cause thrush. 3D illustration of fungi Candida albicans which cause candidiasis, thrush, on colorful background. Pathological fungus Stock ImageFungi Candida albicans which cause thrush. 3D illustration of fungi Candida albicans which cause candidiasis, thrush, on colorful background. Pathological fungusLichen. S are symbiotic organisms. They consist with fungi and algae Stock PhotoLichen. S are symbiotic organisms. They consist with fungi and algaeFungi Candida albicans which cause thrush. 3D illustration of fungi Candida albicans which cause candidiasis, thrush, on colorful background. Pathological fungus Stock ImagesFungi Candida albicans which cause thrush. 3D illustration of fungi Candida albicans which cause candidiasis, thrush, on colorful background. Pathological fungusLeaf with fungi. Detail of a leaf with fungi Royalty Free Stock PhotoLeaf with fungi. Detail of a leaf with fungiBread Mold. Black Bread Mold Rhizopus Stolonifer Stock PhotoBread Mold. Black Bread Mold Rhizopus StoloniferAgar culture. A closeup of a mold (Aspergillus niger) , and bacterial (Staphylococcus aureus)  colony on an agar plate Royalty Free Stock PhotoAgar culture. A closeup of a mold (Aspergillus niger) , and bacterial (Staphylococcus aureus) colony on an agar plateLichens on the Trunk of a Poplar. Detail of yellow lichen covering the bark of a poplar Royalty Free Stock ImagesLichens on the Trunk of a Poplar. Detail of yellow lichen covering the bark of a poplarBread Mold. Black Bread Mold Rhizopus Stolonifer Royalty Free Stock PhotographyBread Mold. Black Bread Mold Rhizopus StoloniferChemical and cellular factors involved in the inflammatory respo. Nse to tissue damage and repair.white blood cells clumping Stock ImageChemical and cellular factors involved in the inflammatory respo. Nse to tissue damage and repair.white blood cells clumpingScientist show colony of fungus. In culture medium plate with laboratory glassware for biochemical experimental in laboratory, analysis research, science Royalty Free Stock PhotographyScientist show colony of fungus. In culture medium plate with laboratory glassware for biochemical experimental in laboratory, analysis research, scienceLingzhi mushroom. Close up of lingzhi mushroom in its cultivation house Stock ImagesLingzhi mushroom. Close up of lingzhi mushroom in its cultivation houseFungi. On Garlic Royalty Free Stock PhotoFungi. On GarlicBudding yeast cells. Budding yeast cells in sputum gram stain fine with Microscope 100x Stock ImagesBudding yeast cells. Budding yeast cells in sputum gram stain fine with Microscope 100xBudding yeast cells with pseudohyphae. In urine gram stain  fine with microscope Royalty Free Stock PhotosBudding yeast cells with pseudohyphae. In urine gram stain fine with microscopeStock Photograph of Candida albicans. Photomicrograph of the hyphal form of the fungal pathogen Candida albicans. Taken with a phase-contrast microscope and Stock PhotoStock Photograph of Candida albicans. Photomicrograph of the hyphal form of the fungal pathogen Candida albicans. Taken with a phase-contrast microscope andColony of a mold (Aspergillus niger). On agar plate Stock PhotoColony of a mold (Aspergillus niger). On agar plateClose-up image of a mold. Macro image of a mold Royalty Free Stock ImageClose-up image of a mold. Macro image of a moldXanthoria parietina or golden shield lichen. Xanthoria parietina, a foliose, or leafy, lichen also known as golden shield lichen, common orange lichen, yellow Stock PhotosXanthoria parietina or golden shield lichen. Xanthoria parietina, a foliose, or leafy, lichen also known as golden shield lichen, common orange lichen, yellowMacro image of a mold. Close-up image of a mold Stock ImagesMacro image of a mold. Close-up image of a moldMacro image of a mold. Close-up image of a mold Stock PhotosMacro image of a mold. Close-up image of a moldPenicillium mold, complex macro network. Macro mold texture, complex structure Royalty Free Stock ImagePenicillium mold, complex macro network. Macro mold texture, complex structureMushrooms. Plate of unpealed fresh mushrooms, flat, field and button Royalty Free Stock PhotosMushrooms. Plate of unpealed fresh mushrooms, flat, field and buttonClose-up image of a mold. Macro image of a mold Stock PhotographyClose-up image of a mold. Macro image of a moldMoldy corn husk. Variety of white and green filamentous molds and fungi growing on husk of corn cob with yellow green and red staining from mold Royalty Free Stock ImageMoldy corn husk. Variety of white and green filamentous molds and fungi growing on husk of corn cob with yellow green and red staining from moldFungi Candida albicans which cause thrush. 3D illustration of fungi Candida albicans which cause candidiasis, thrush, on colorful background. Pathological fungus Royalty Free Stock PhotographyFungi Candida albicans which cause thrush. 3D illustration of fungi Candida albicans which cause candidiasis, thrush, on colorful background. Pathological fungusBudding yeast cells with pseudohyphae. In urine sample fine with microscope Royalty Free Stock PhotoBudding yeast cells with pseudohyphae. In urine sample fine with microscopeBrown cup fungus. Young fruit body of a brown cup fungus, Peziza badioconfusa Royalty Free Stock PhotoBrown cup fungus. Young fruit body of a brown cup fungus, Peziza badioconfusaMycelium strange space object  bread. Mycelium strange space object on bread Stock PhotoMycelium strange space object bread. Mycelium strange space object on breadLichen. S on the tree bark in spring season Stock ImageLichen. S on the tree bark in spring seasonScientist show colony of fungus. & x28;Asperillus niger& x29; in culture medium plate, Microbiology Royalty Free Stock PhotoScientist show colony of fungus. & x28;Asperillus niger& x29; in culture medium plate, MicrobiologyMolded ripe cauliflower. Isolated on white background Royalty Free Stock PhotoMolded ripe cauliflower. Isolated on white backgroundHoney Mushroom. Armillaria mellea, the Honey Mushroom is considered a fine edible Royalty Free Stock ImageHoney Mushroom. Armillaria mellea, the Honey Mushroom is considered a fine edibleLoaf of mouldy bread. Against a white background Stock ImagesLoaf of mouldy bread. Against a white backgroundStock photo of Candida abicans. Photomicrograph of the hyphal form of the fungal pathogen Candida albicans. Taken with a phase-contrast microscope and Normarski Royalty Free Stock PhotosStock photo of Candida abicans. Photomicrograph of the hyphal form of the fungal pathogen Candida albicans. Taken with a phase-contrast microscope and NormarskiPenicillium. Colony on agar plate Stock PhotographyPenicillium. Colony on agar plateYeast cells. Under microscope view Stock ImageYeast cells. Under microscope viewYeast cells. Under microscope view Stock PhotosYeast cells. Under microscope viewYeast cells. Under microscope view Stock PhotosYeast cells. Under microscope viewYeast cells. Under microscope view Royalty Free Stock PhotoYeast cells. Under microscope viewMoldy bread. To date, the Bad and the Beautiful Royalty Free Stock PhotographyMoldy bread. To date, the Bad and the BeautifulEnoki mushroom farm. Enoki mushroom in thailand farm Stock PhotoEnoki mushroom farm. Enoki mushroom in thailand farmEntoloma abortivum mushroom. Late summer Aborterd Entoloma growing on dead wood Stock PhotoEntoloma abortivum mushroom. Late summer Aborterd Entoloma growing on dead woodFungal colony and bacterial colonies. Macro of a large fungal and many small bacterial colonies cultured from dirty hands on malt agar Royalty Free Stock PhotoFungal colony and bacterial colonies. Macro of a large fungal and many small bacterial colonies cultured from dirty hands on malt agarClose-up image of a mold. Macro image of a mold in a pan Royalty Free Stock PhotosClose-up image of a mold. Macro image of a mold in a pan