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1. Introduction Mycotoxins are poisonous (toxic) secondary metabolites produced by many filamentous fungi belonging to the phylum Ascomycota. Bennett [1] suggested a definition of mycotoxins as “natural products produced by fungi that evoke a toxic response when introduced in low concentration to higher vertebrates and other animals by a natural route.” Some mycotoxins can have addit ...
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Pegasus, in the Greek mythology, was the winged stallion that carried the thunderbolts of Zeus. Thunderbolts represent light and speed, simultaneously. To obtain speed in the risk management of mycotoxins is, today, a reality within the field of business.   Management of mycotoxins The technical concepts that involve the animal losses caused by the mycotoxins have already been established, ...
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INTRODUCTION In the winter of 1959, the British cargo ship Rosetti, unloaded a shipment of peanut meal from Brazil to England, which was utilized as a protein supplement in the diets of poultry and other domestic animals. By summer of 1960, an outbreak of an unknown disease killed several species of poultry including turkeys, ducklings, and pheasants. In all, 500 cases were reported involving the ...
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Introduction Livestock in countries, especially developing countries, is vital to livelihood of people and to the economy. In the developing world, livestock species often represent a sole asset base for small-holder animal husbanders and cattle often provide the majority of draught power for crop production. Nigeria has the largest animal resources in the West African region with live animals ...
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Introduction Livestock in countries, especially developing countries, is vital to livelihood of people and to the economy. In the developing world, livestock species often represent a sole asset base for small-holder animal husbanders and cattle often provide the majority of draught power for crop production. Nigeria has the largest animal resources in the West African region with live animals ...
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BackgroundMost of the problems currently confronting the shrimp farming industry are related to the widespread occurrence of disease, e.g. parasitic infestation, or bacterial and viral infections. These disease problems can lead to heavy losses to the industry and as such, the industry has focused much of its attention to deal with such threats. However, there are other potential threats like addi ...
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1. Introduction Fungal contamination of foods and feeds causes negative effects on the quality of the products mainly reducing their nutritional and organoleptic properties and lead consequently to important annual economic losses worldwide [1–4]. Moreover, fungi are capable of elaborating a wide range of secondary metabolites many of which have been shown to be highly toxic. Therefore, fun ...
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