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Botrytis

It is often found in temperature and subtropical regions. It is commonly in soil or stored and transported fruit and vegetables. It is a plant pathogen



Mycotypha

Mycotypha species comprise a very small proportion of the fungal biota. This genus is most closely related to other one spored Mito sporangial zygomycetes such as Choanephora and Cunninghamella.



Neosartorya

Reports of illness include pulmonary infection, endocarditis, and osteomyelitis. Health effects (for the most part), allergenicity, and toxicity of Neosartorya are closely related to the Aspergillus anamorph



Spegazzinia

Spegazzinia species comprise a very small proportion of the fungal biota. This genus is somewhat related to other lobed or ornamented genera such as Candelabrum.



Spiniger State of Heterobasidion Species

No information is available regarding health effects, or toxicity. Allergenicity has not been studied.



Sporidesmium

No data or information on human health effects or allergenicity studies were located.



Sporobolomyces

Type I and III allergen. Possible pathogen. Not known to be a toxigenic agent.



Sporormiella

No information is available regarding health effects or toxicity. Allergenicity has not been studied.



Sporothrix

No information is available regarding toxicity. Allergenicity has not been studied.



Sporotrichum

No information is available regarding toxicity. Allergenicity has not been studied. Rarely a pathogen.



Stachybotrys

Allergenicity not well studied, but often considered a Type I allergen. Not considered pathogenic. Considered toxigenic.



Stemphylium

Type I allergen. Rare pathogen. Not considered toxigenic.It is often found in soil, wood, decaying vegetation,



Stephanosporium

As to health effects, one isolation from a case of neurodermatitis nuchae in 1969 exists for Oidiodendron cerealis/Stephanosporium cereale.



Syncephalastrum Racemosum

This organism is widely regarded as being non pathogenic to humans, with only a single case of a cutaneous infection reported (1980).



Taeniolella rudis | Annellophora

No information is available regarding health effects, or toxicity. Allergenicity has not been studied. Annellophora species are common, but comprise a small



Tetraploa

The only reported human infections are two cases of keratitis (1970, 1980) and one case of subcutaneous infection of the knee (1990).



Thysanophora

No information is available regarding health effects or toxicity. Allergenicity has not been studied.



Torula

Type I allergen. Not pathogenic. Considered toxigenic.



Trichocladium

The only reported human infections are two cases of keratitis (1922, 1965). No information is available regarding toxicity. Allergenicity has not been studied.



Trichoderma

As an allergen, it has been known to cause Type I and Type III allergen symptoms. It is considered pathogenic. It is considered toxigenic.



Trichosporon

No information is available regarding toxicity. Allergenicity has not been well studied. Considered pathogenic.



Trichothecium

There are no reports of infection in humans or animals. No information is available regarding inhalation effects or toxicity.



Tritirachium

Health effects include reports of corneal ulcers, and a case of otomycosis.



Ulocladium

Type I allergen. Rare pathogen. Not known to be toxigenic.



Ustilago

There are no reports of human infection. No information is available regarding toxicity.



Verticillium

Allergenicity has not been well studied. Rare pathogen. Not considered toxigenic.



Wallemia

It is often found in soil, hay, and textiles with a light brown or tan coloration.



Yeasts

Yeasts are unicellular fungi that reproduce primarily by budding and in culture, forms pasty colonies similar to those of bacteria.



Zygomycetes

Zygomycetes are one of the four major groups of fungi, the others being the Oomycetes, the Ascomycetes, and the Basidiomycetes.



Zygosporium

Zygosporium species comprise a small proportion of the fungal biota. No information is available regarding health effects



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