Geotrichum candidum


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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.

Ge·o·tri·chum can·di·dum

(jē'ō-trī'kŭm kan'dī-dŭm)
A fungal species occasionally associated with wound infections. Colonies of Geotrichum may first appear as white, creamy, and yeastlike; white, powdery mold is also produced. Barrel-shaped arthroconidia that do not alternate are produced.
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3 Geotrichum candidum 2 Trichophyton rubrum 2 Trichophyton violaceum 1 Note: Table made from bar graph.
Petri dishes were sprayed with the suspension of the fungus Geotrichum candidum and after 24 to 48 hours the diameter of the inhibition zones was measured (Schaad et al., 2001).
Summary: Three endophytic fungal strains, Fusarium equiseti, Scopulariopsis fusca and Geotrichum candidum were isolated from the inner tissue of the brown alga Padina pavonica, collected from the Red Sea.
niger, Fusarium equiseti/oxysporum, and Geotrichum candidum are considered opportunistic plant pathogens (Table 1).
Anbu, "Purification of lipase from Geotrichum candidum: conditions optimized for enzyme production using BoxBehnken design," World Journal of Microbiology and Biotechnology, vol.
glabrata (5,8%); el 13,3% restante estuvo representado por otras especies de Candida y otras levaduras como el Complejo Trichosporon sp., Geotrichum candidum y Hanseniospora valbyensis.
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The geotrichum candidum added to the surfaces of some goat's milk varieties produces a characteristic wrinkly rind.
2002 Reconstruction of the biomass history from carbon and nitrogen substrate consumption, ammonia release and proton transfer during solid cultures of Geotrichum candidum and Penicillium camembertii.
The 18S rRNA sequences revealed that the sequences were 99% homologous to those of Geotrichum candidum (Genbank accession number: KJ543497) and Candida pseudolambica (Genbank accession number: KJ543498), respectively.