Blastomycetes (subdivision Deuteromycotina) A class of fungi that characteristically form single yeast-like cells that reproduce by budding; i.e., a new cell is formed by extrusion from the periphery of the parent cell. In some cases a poorly developed mycelium may be formed. Species are found in a wide variety of habitats.
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