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Penicillium Candidum

According to the Dictionary of the Fungi (10th edition, 2008), the widespread genus ... It has been reduced to synonymy with Penicillium camemberti; Penicillium ...

Penicillium Candidum is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Penicillium Candidum books and related discussion.

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Caldwell-Secrets of White Mold Cheesemaking - The Beverage
B) along with white molds- Penicillium camemberti (same thing as P. candidum) and often Geotrichum candidum, (a mold that acts more like a yeast) usually at a  ...
Bioformation of flavour by penicillium candidum, penicillium
Bioformation of flavour by penicillium candidum, penicillium nalgiovense and Geotrichum candidum on glucose, peptone, maize oil and meat extract.
A ripening and storage study of soft goat cheese with Penicillium
Food ChemistO' 30 (1988) 191-203 A Ripening and Storage Study of Soft Goat Cheese with Penicillium candidum on the Surface* M. C. Martin-Hernfindez, ...
CHOOZIT™Ripening Cultures
Penicillium candidum. Provides a customised appearance and flavour, extends shelf life on high MFFB*, protects against pollutants, provides a thin rind (no ...
Composition and physical properties of the Penicillium camemberti
Jan 1, 1997 Composition and physical properties of the Penicillium camemberti mycelium. Le Lait, 1997, 77 (4), pp.461-466.

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All About Goat Cheese (& How to Use It in Every Meal)
A bloomy rind is the result of Penicillium candidum, a white, bacterial powder applied to the outside of the cheese during the cheese-making process.
Intro to Pairing: A Guide
Soft-ripened cheeses often have penicillium candidum applied to the surface. The geotrichum candidum added to the surfaces of some goat's milk varieties produces a characteristic wrinkly rind. The best known cow's milk varieties are Brie and Camembert, ...
Use of Scholar® approved for citrus post-harvest
The citrus sector already has access to the best solution, with alternative active ingredients to those of traditional fungicides, to combat the major post-harvest diseases: Penicillium spp.
How Scary is Moldy Food?
The most notable being Penicillium notatum that brought the world penicillin.
New tested solution to combat Geotrichum candidum and Penicillium sp
The citrus industry now has a solution to combat the major post-harvest diseases they face each campaign: Penicillium digitatum and Geotrichum candidum. These fungi, which generate significant losses to the sector, have become a major concern for the ...

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