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Morphological significance of cladosporium contaminants on materials and utensils in contact with food



Morphological significance of cladosporium contaminants on materials and utensils in contact with food



Biocontrol Science 11(2): 55-60



Cladosporium contaminants on materials and utensils that come into contact with food were morphologically investigated. The most common contaminants, C. cladosporioides and C. sphaerospermum, were detected on the samples. The morphological changes of the Cladosporium species were investigated by using stereoscopic, optical light, fluorescent, and scanning electron microscopes.

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PMID: 16789547

DOI: 10.4265/bio.11.55


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