Geotrichum


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Geotrichum

 [je-ot´rĭ-kum]
a genus of yeastlike fungi. G. can´didum is found in dairy products and feces.
Geotrichum can´didum a species found in the feces and dairy products.

Geotrichum

(jē-ot'ri-kŭm),
A genus of yeastlike fungi that produce arthroconidia but rarely blastoconidia. Geotrichum candidum was once thought to cause infection in humans.

Geotrichum

/Ge·ot·ri·chum/ (je-ah´trĭ-kum) a genus of yeastlike fungi, including G. can´didum, found in the feces and in dairy products.

Geotrichum

a genus of yeastlike fungi. See hyalohyphomycosis.

Geotrichum candidum
a species found in feces and in dairy products. Causes a systemic infection, especially in animals in captivity, and has been associated with necrosis of the scales in snakes. May be associated with bovine mastitis. See also geotrichosis.
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Among the isolates Aspergillus species formed 67% and the remaining 33% was found by Geotrichum, Scedosporium, and Apophysomyces species equally.
Three fungal strains Fusarium equiseti, Scopulariopsis fusca and Geotrichum candidum were isolated from the brown alga Padina pavonica.
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En Hawaii, se trabajo en la busqueda de organismos para el control biologico del hongo Thielaviopsis paradoxa en frutos de pina y se encontro los generos Acremonium, Cephalosporium, Cladosporium, Fusarium, Geotrichum, Gliocladium y Penicillium como hongos presentes comunmente en el fruto y que podrian estar relacionados con el desarrollo de mohos en el pedunculo (Reyes 1999).
2005), while Galactomyces geotrichum MTCC can decolorize triphenylmethane, azo and reactive high exhaust textile dyes (Jadhav et al.