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pen·i·cil·li·a

 (pĕn′ĭ-sĭl′ē-ə)
n.
A plural of penicillium.
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Polyphasic taxonomy of Penicillium subgenus Penicillium: A guide to identification of food and air-borne terverticillate Penicillia and their mycotoxins.
Samson, "Polyphasic taxonomy of Penicillium subgenus Penicillium: A guide to identification of food and air-borne terverticillate Penicillia and their mycotoxins," Studies in Mycology, vol.
An illustrated manual on identification of some seed-borne Aspergilli, Fusaria, Penicillia and their mycotoxins.
Andrade, "Selection and evaluation of Debaryomyces hansenii isolates as potential bioprotective agents against toxigenic penicillia in dry-fermented sausages," Food Microbiology, vol.
An Illustrated Manual on Identification of Some Seed-Borne Aspergilli, Fusaria, Penicillia and Their Mycotoxins, 133 pp., 1st edition, Danish Government Institute of Seed Pathology for Development Countries, Denmark.
Penicillium nigricans is as ineffectual in submerged culture as other penitrem-producing penicillia when grown in a Czapek Dox yeast extract medium, but the present report demonstrates that it is sensitive to the sporulation-inducing effect of calcium chloride and concomitantly in submerged culture elaborates penitrems A, C and E (15,19, and 17) in significant yield.
Manual and atlas of the Penicillia. Amsterdam-New York-Oxford: Elsevier Biomedical Press.