In his mycological observations Browne isolated and studied the inverting power of torulae and two Monilia named nigra and fusca, respectively. The presence of fungi such as Penicillium was noted and their possible importance emphasized. Some interesting points were made with regard to sources of infection and consequent prevention of deterioration of raw cane sugars. These advances by Owen and Browne have apparently initiated the return of interest to the molds, and the recent work of Amons, Blake, the Kopeloffs, Church, and van der Bijl has dealt with some aspect of the activity of molds in sugar.
British Food Journal – Emerald Publishing
Published: Dec 1, 1922
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