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Article published the May 3, 2021:

Three-Dimensional Study of F. graminearum Colonisation of Stored Wheat: Post-Harvest Growth Patterns, Dry Matter Losses and Mycotoxin Contamination

1. Introduction Wheat is susceptible to Fusarium head blight (FHB) world-wide which causes both yield and quality losses, in addition to contamination of harvested grain with mycotoxins, particularly zearaleno...
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Angel Medina VayaEsther García-CelaNaresh Magan
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Article published the April 28, 2021:

Advanced mycotoxin solution - Toxi-free® PLUS

Mycotoxin contamination is one of the serious threats to animal feed and human food manufacturing. Mold infection may occur at all stages from field crop planting to post-harvest storage and transportation. Eve...
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Article published the April 21, 2021:

Determination of aflatoxin existence in mixed feed, wheat flour and bulgur samples

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Hasan Aydä±nProf. Dr. Halis Oguz
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Article published the April 16, 2021:

First Report of the Production of Mycotoxins and Other Secondary Metabolites by Macrophomina phaseolina (Tassi) Goid. Isolates from Soybeans (Glycine max L.) Symptomatic with Charcoal Rot Disease

1. Introduction Soybean (Glycine max L.) is an economically valuable crop due to its high protein and oil content and wide variety of uses in food, agricultural pharmaceutical and industrial applications [1]. ...
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Hamed Abbas
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Article published the April 16, 2021:

Revisiting an Aspergillus flavus Strain Isolated from an Egyptian Sugarcane Field in 1930

1. Introduction Egypt started sugarcane (Saccharum officinarum L.) cultivation in 1848 when the first variety of the crop was imported from Jamaica. Since that time, sugarcane is cultivated for three main purp...
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Mohamed Fathi Abdallah
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Article published the April 9, 2021:

Toxigenic Fungi and Mycotoxins in a Climate Change Scenario: Ecology, Genomics, Distribution, Prediction and Prevention of the Risk

1. Introduction Toxigenic fungi and mycotoxin occurrence varies between crops, as fungal species and strains differ in their ability to infect a particular plant host. Crop varieties also show different levels...
Author/s :
Angel Medina VayaGiancarlo PerroneNaresh Magan
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Article published the April 7, 2021:

Aflatoxin in Chili Peppers in Nigeria: Extent of Contamination and Control Using Atoxigenic Aspergillus flavus Genotypes as Biocontrol Agents

1. Introduction In most sub-Saharan Africa (SSA), chili peppers are an important ingredient to prepare a large array of traditional dishes [1]. Consumption of high quantities of chili peppers is associated wit...
Author/s :
Alejandro Ortega-BeltranChibundu N. Ezekiel Karlovsky, PetrRanajit Bandyopadhyay
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Article published the April 7, 2021:

How to Avoid Toxigenic Problems in Animal Husbandry?

Introduction The toxigenic fungi cause heavy losses in the in the yield, but the toxic poisoning of the grain is economically far more important. They provide food safety risk in human food supply and the same...
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Akos Mesterhazy
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Article published the March 18, 2021:

Mycotoxins annual survey of mycotoxin in feed in 2020 Taiwan

In 2020, Life Rainbow Biotech randomly collected 407 feed samples of raw materials and feed mills in farms and analyzed them. The samples were tested for aflatoxins (B1, B2, G1, and G2), zearalenone, fumonisins...
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Article published the March 17, 2021:

Effects of Feeding Blends of Grains Naturally Contaminated With Fusarium Mycotoxins on Performance, Hematology, Metabolism, and Immunocompetence of Turkeys

INTRODUCTION Mycotoxins are structurally diverse compounds produced by filamentous fungi. Contamination of foods and feeds with mycotoxins is a significant problem worldwide (Hussein and Brasel, 2001). The maj...
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Niel KarrowTrevor Smith
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