Peak and Palate Trichoderma
The genus Trichoderma is a fungus that parasitizes telluric roots and leaves of crops. You can reach the food chain degrading the quality of cereals. Their pathogenicity in animals is increased by the indiscriminate use of antibiotics in feed. Injuries affecting both corneas and digestive mucous areas due to the secretion of chitinase and cellulase enzymes that facilitate the growth of the filaments in hard tissue such as the peak and the corneal layer of the gizzard and the other as the palate and mucous crop. The species best known in veterinary mycology is T. viridae and meets frequently dehydrated alfalfa, barley and wheat.