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pen·i·cil·li·um
[pen-uh-sil-ee-uhm]
NOUN [PLURAL PEN·I·CIL·LI·UMS, PEN·I·CIL·LI·A]
1.
any fungus of the genus Penicillium, certain species of which are used in cheesemaking and as the source of penicillin.
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Penicillium - Wikipedia

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Penicillium is a genus of ascomycetous fungi of major importance in the natural environment as well as food and drug production. Some members of the genus ...

Penicillium - Mold & Bacteria Consulting Laboratories - MBL Labs

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May 26, 2012 ... Penicillium chrysogenum is the most common Penicillium species in indoor environment. It is widespread and has a wide range of habitats.

Penicillium

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Species of Penicillium are recognized by their dense brush-like spore-bearing structures called penicilli (sing.: penicillus). The conidiophores are simple or ...

Is Penicillium mold dangerous? | Reference.com

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Some species of Penicillium can present a danger, as they produce toxins known as mycotoxins. These are especially dangerous for those with allergies or ...

Penicillium Mold | Mold and Indoor Air Quality Information | Environix ...

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Penicillium Mold Information: Information on the growth patterns, allergy and health-related effects, and toxicity of Penicillium.

Penicillium | fungus | Britannica.com

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Jan 22, 2008 ... Penicillium, genus of blue or green mold fungi (kingdom Fungi) that exists as asexual forms (anamorphs, or deuteromycetes). Those species for ...

Penicillium - MicrobeWiki

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Mar 14, 2016 ... Penicillium are comparable to Aspergillus. The genus Penicillium falls into the order Eurotiales. In this order, organisms produce asci within ...

Penicillium Species As Indoor Air Contaminants

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In indoor environments, Penicillium is extremely common on damp building materials, walls and wallpaper, floor, carpet mattress and upholstered furniture dust.