Hendersonula toruloidea

Nat·tras·si·a man·gif·er·ae

(na-tras'ē-ă man-gif'ĕr-ă),
A dematiaceous mold, previously known as Hendersonula toruloidea, that causes onychomycosis and phaeohyphomycosis. Scytalidium dimidiatum is a synanamorph.
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Hen·der·son·u·la tor·u·loi·de·a

(hen-dĕr-sŏn'yū-lă tōr-yū-loy'dē-ă)
A species of black yeast capable of producing chronic infections of the nails as well as of the skin of the feet.
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Moore, "Clinical features of superficial fungal infections caused by Hendersonula toruloidea and Scytalidium hyalinum," British Journal of Dermatology, vol.
During storage and preservation, the pineapple can easily be spoiled due to the occurrence of yeasty fermentation (Saccharomyces spp.; Saccaromyces cerevisae, Hanseniaspora valbyensis; Candida intermedia) (Nigam, 2000; Bartholomew et al., 2002), black rot (Chalara paradoxa - Thielaviopsis paradoxa) (Reyes et al.,2004; Wijeratnam et al., 2006; Oliveira and Nascimento,2009), black spot (Penicillium funiculosum; Fusarium subglutinanas) (Petty et al., 2006) and fruit rot (Aspergillus flavus; Rhizopus oryzae; Hendersonula toruloidea) (Bartholomew et al., 2002).