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Article published the March 6, 2019
1. Introduction Maize is one of the most important cereals in the world. This crop is a regular host of toxigenic fungi infecting the ears, which can cause very high losses in crop yield. In contrary to wheat where F. graminearum is the leading toxigenic species nearly everywhere, the situation is more complex in maize, where at least two leading species exist from Fusarium and Aspergillus, with ...
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Participation in Forum on February 28, 2019
Ram Singh I should start earlier. We have detected (not alone) that the most important toxin regulating agent is resistance, About 80 % of the corn hybrids and wheat cultivars has closely related data between resistance (infection severity) and toxin contamination. The rest are toxin over producers, e. eg they produce even several times toxin more than could be explained from the severity. The oth ...
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Article published the February 28, 2019
1. Introduction The genus Fusarium belongs to the order of the Hypocreales, the class Ascomycetes and phylum Ascomycota. The perfect stages of Fusarium spp. are mainly classified in the genus Gibberella (Liddell, 2003). Fusarium fungi occur worldwide and can cause many plant diseases, such as Fusarium head blight (FHB) on the ears of small grain cereals including wheat. At least 17 Fusarium speci ...
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Article published the June 20, 2014
Introduction The prevention of FHB on the field becomes highly important. The toxin is typically of field origin. In the postharvest period and storage further increase of toxins may occur, but the field prevention is the key. The breeding approach becomes more important as there are now three regulations for toxin contamination for Fusarium toxins. The Commission Regulations, EC 856/2005 (2005) ...
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Article published the March 20, 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 caused by different Fusarium spp. are one of the most dangerous food and feed safety challenges in maize production. At present, the majority of the inbreds and hybrids are susceptible. Gib ...
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Article published the March 20, 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.)] predominates in most parts of the world [1] while F. culmorum Sacc. and other Fusarium spp. are of rather regional and local importance [2,3]. The toxin contamination produced by the pathog ...
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