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Article published the 25 from April from 2014:
Corn grain can be naturally contaminated by mycotoxins, natural toxins produced by fungi. Though most Kentucky corn crops are free of mycotoxins, fumonisins are the most common threat. These toxins affect a num...
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Paul Vincelli , Ph.D.
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Article published the 7 from April from 2014:
The solution for better risks management Carbovet® protects all animals from digestive disorders and diarrhea and reduces the negative impacts of enterotoxins & mycotoxins. Pancosma offers a wide range...
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Article published the 5 from April from 2014:
INTRODUCTION Widespread use of cereal grains and cereal-based products as main sources of food and feeds a prerequisite for settle the strategic importance of their safety [16, 17, 18, 20, 39, 48, 49]. As sug...
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Zhamharyan Lusine
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Article published the 25 from March from 2014:
Over recent years, producers have become increasingly familiar with the term “mycotoxins.” Unfortunately many cattle owners, while they have heard the term and know that consuming enough of these ma...
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Steve Blezinger
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Article published the 20 from March from 2014:
Mycotoxins are toxic secondary metabolites produced by molds mainly belonging to the genera Aspergillus, Penicillium and Fusarium. Although the best known consequences of mycotoxins are their clinical (diseases...
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caohongweiQi Wenjuan
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Article published the 20 from March from 2014:
Plant Breeding 131, 1—19 (2012) doi:10.1111/j.1439-0523.2011.01936.x 2011 Blackwell Verlag GmbH Received February 17, 2011/Accepted November 7, 2011Communicated by T. Miedaner  Abstract Ear rots...
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Akos Mesterhazy
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Article published the 20 from March from 2014:
1. Introduction Fusarium head blight (FHB), regarded as one of the most important diseases of wheat, is caused by a number of Fusarium species. F. graminearum Schw. [teleomorph: Gibberella zeae Schw. (Petch.)]...
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Ágnes Szabó-HevérAkos MesterhazyBeáta TóthLászló FarádyMonika VargaSzabolcs Lehoczki-Krsjak
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Article published the 18 from February from 2014:
An increasing amount of work is focusing on integrated agricultural strategies to provide control measures to ensure that food, feed and the environment are mycotoxin-free.However, the mycotoxins represent an u...
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Alexandros Yiannikouris
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Article published the 15 from February from 2014:
Introduction The natural or innate immunity is present in all animals even before any interaction with pathogens. It is a sequence of processes allowing the body to fight against any foreign body. It is non-sp...
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Maria Angeles Rodriguez Marie Gallissot
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Article published the 29 from January from 2014:
Introduction Ochratoxins are highly toxic compounds commonly produced as secondary metabolites by two species of fungi: Penicillium verrucosum Dierckx and Aspergillus alutaceus (Reverberi et al., 2010). The to...
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Dr Jelena Nedeljkovic Trailovic
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