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blue mold

[′blü ‚mōld]
(mycology)
Any fungus of the genus Penicillium.
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The addition of the siderophore to the antagonist suspension furtherincreased biocontrol of blue mold on apples, whereas the addition of iron reducedbiocontrol.
Chalutz E, Wilson CL (1990) Postharvest biocontrol of green and blue mold and sour rot of citrus fruit by Debaryomyces hansenii.
Incorporation of blue mold resistance into new cultivars has been complicated by the complex interaction between P.
The actor in this drama is Penicillium expansum, otherwise known as blue mold.
Following the ravages of African swine fever, the destruction of the tobacco crop by blue mold, and a virulent outbreak of rust disease in the sugarcane, all in the previous year, the infection of three hundred thousand and death of 158 to dengue fever starts to look like a little more than just bad luck.
China for years has blocked the importation of whole-leaf tobacco, fearful that the blue mold that plagues U.
and seven from Canada, which had been declared free from tobacco blue mold, which does not exist in Japan.
They use a variety of cultures; some tart some to enhance the development of holes for the blue mold to grow, 'Blue Ledge Farm, Salisbury, VT, (802) 247-0095, www.
The texture is smooth and creamy, with blue mold imparting a pleasantly piquant taste.
What they hadn't counted on was the abrupt dismissal of Harrick, whom athletic director Peter Dalis had come to consider a blight along the lines of blue mold.
This yeast reduced blue mold on apples up to 100 percent and gray mold up to nearly 80 percent," Janisiewicz says.