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By Peattie, D.C. and Landacre, P.

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1999; Corredor et al. 2003; Romero et al. 2005; Quiros et al. 2006; Jacques et al. 2009; Nguyen et al. 2009). Futhermore, a number of strains within the variety fabryi have been proposed to form a new species Debaryomyces subglobosus (¼ Candida flareri). Finally, growth at 37  C may no longer be used to differentiate D. hansenii from D. fabryi. In contrast, riboflavin production seems more specific for D. fabryi and D. subglobosus strains compared to D. hansenii strains. In cheese D. hansenii appears to be the dominant form (Petersen et al.

Candidum is common on the surfaces of cheeses, where it seem not exceed a final count of 106 cfu/g. Its low number could be due to its ability to form a pseudo-mycelium with long hyphae that consist of different numbers of cells nevertheless yielding only 1 cfu/plate. It is worth noting that G. candidum can grow under microaerophilic conditions and thus is able to grow not only on the cheese surface but also in the interior of the cheeses (Haasum and Nielsen 1998). However, lower numbers are typically seen for the interior compared to the surface.

2009; Nguyen et al. 2009). Futhermore, a number of strains within the variety fabryi have been proposed to form a new species Debaryomyces subglobosus (¼ Candida flareri). Finally, growth at 37  C may no longer be used to differentiate D. hansenii from D. fabryi. In contrast, riboflavin production seems more specific for D. fabryi and D. subglobosus strains compared to D. hansenii strains. In cheese D. hansenii appears to be the dominant form (Petersen et al. 2001). D. hansenii occurs in high numbers (106–108 cfu/g) in surface-ripened cheeses as well as in blue and white mould cheeses.

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