FUNGI

COLONY MORPHOLOGY

MICROSCOPIC APPEARANCE

F1

White colonies becomes greenish blue, black or brown

Single celled spores (conidia) in chains developing at the end

F2

Plain green in color, which turns gray brown

Conidial head are short and columnar

F3

Yellow colonies at first but quickly becoming dark brown

Granular flat with radial grooves

F4

Colony color is grayish

Smooth pale brown spores, texture of the colonies varies from downy to powdery.

F5

Mature cultures usually greenish or blue green

Single celled spores, dense conidiospores

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