Definition of Monilia albicans

1. Noun. A parasitic fungus that can infect the mouth or the skin or the intestines or the vagina.

Exact synonyms: Candida Albicans
Group relationships: Genus Candida
Generic synonyms: Candida
Group relationships: Candidiasis, Monilia Disease, Moniliasis



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Monilia Albicans

Mongolian People's Republic
Mongolian monetary unit
Mongolian race
Mongolians
Mongolic
Mongolic language
Mongols
Monhegan
Monic
Monica
Monica Seles
Monicagate
Moniezia expansa
Monika
Monilia albicans (current term)
Moniliaceae
Moniliales
Monique
Monistat
Monitor
Monkey Hanger
Monkey Hangers
Monmouth
Monmouth Court House
Monmouthshire
Monnet
Monnow
Monocanthidae
Monocanthus

Literary usage of Monilia albicans

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1. Practical Bacteriology, Blood Work and Animal Parasitology: Including by Edward Rhodes Stitt (1920)
"Bahr is inclined to believe that Monilia albicans (Oidium albicans) is the cause as he found these saccharomycetes in the deep layers of the tongue, ..."

2. The Diagnostics and Treatment of Tropical Diseases by Edward Rhodes Stitt (1919)
"Bahr is inclined to believe that Monilia albicans (Oidium albicans) is the cause, as he found these saccharomycetes in the deep layers of the tongue, ..."

3. A Textbook of bacteriology: A Practical Treatise for Students and by Hans Zinsser, Frederick Fuller Russell (1922)
"It is characterized by the development of creamy patches on an area of catarrhal inflammation, usually on the tongue. Monilia albicans (Oidium albicans, ..."

4. Practical Bacteriology, Blood Work and Animal Parasitology: Including by Edward Rhodes Stitt (1916)
"... Bahr is inclined to believe that Monilia albicans (Oidium albicans) is the cause as he found these saccharomycetes in the deep layers of the tongue, ..."

5. Obstetrics for nurses by Joseph Bolivar De Lee (1922)
"The fungus is called Saccharomyces albicans or Monilia albicans, and may readily be seen under the microscope. The tongue, gums, and inside of the cheeks ..."

6. A Text-book of diseases of women by Barton Cooke Hirst (1905)
"... capsulatus and fungi identical with or allied to the thrush fungus, leptothrix, o.idium albicans, monilia albicans, monilia candida, and yeast fungi. ..."

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