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- Vico, Ivana; Gaskins, Verneta; Duduk, Natasa; Vasiċ, Miljan; Yu, Jiujiang; Peter, Kari A.; Jurick, Wayne M., II
- Plant disease 2014 v.98 no.10 pp. 1430
- DNA; Penicillium crustosum; apples; cold storage; conidia; conidiophores; cultivars; food spoilage; food storage; genes; loci; mycelium; nucleotide sequences; pathogens; polymerase chain reaction; postharvest diseases; sporulation; tubulin; Serbia
- ... Penicillium crustosum Thom (1930) causes blue mold on pome fruits and is also regularly found on cheese, nuts, and soil (1,3). The fungus produces a wide range of mycotoxins such as penitrem A, roquefortine C, terrestric acid, and cyclopenol, which impact human health (1). In January and February 2013, 20 decayed apples, ‘Golden Delicious’ and ‘Jonagold’ (Malus × domestica Borkh.) with blue mold s ...