Penicillium viticola, a new species isolated from a grape in Japan

@article{Nonaka2011PenicilliumVA,
  title={Penicillium viticola, a new species isolated from a grape in Japan},
  author={Ken'ichi Nonaka and Rokuro Masuma and Masato Iwatsuki and Kazuro Shiomi and Kazuhiko Otoguro and Satoshi Ōmura},
  journal={Mycoscience},
  year={2011},
  volume={52},
  pages={338-343}
}
A new monoverticillate Penicillium species (subgenus Aspergilloides Dierckx), Penicillium viticola, was isolated from a grape cultivated in Yamanashi Prefecture, Japan. Morphologically, P. viticola is characterized by the production of slightly roughened conidia, slightly roughened stipes, and rapid growth on 25% glycerol nitrate agar (G25N). This species is phylogenetically close to Penicillium angulare S.W. Peterson, E.M. Bayer & Wicklow, but differs with respect to colonial characteristics… 

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