Mycotoxins Technical Articles


Article published the August 1, 2018:

Influence of Rootstocks on Fusarium Wilt, Nematode Infestation, Yield and Fruit Quality In Watermelon Production

INTRODUCTION One of the primary challenges to watermelon production worldwide is the damage caused by Fusarium oxysporum f. sp. niveum (Boughalleb et al., 2008; Dau et al., 2009). The disinfection of soils wit...
Author/s :
Javier Castellanos Ramos
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Article published the July 30, 2018:

Managing mycotoxins at the speed of light

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, t...
Author/s :
Adriano Olnei MallmannCarlos A. MallmannDenize tyska
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Article published the July 16, 2018:

Case Report: Prevalence and significance of aspergellosis in commercial broiler chicken: Pathological study

Introduction Aspergillosis is a fungal disease of all poultry species; infection by A. fumigatus may induce significant economic losses particularly in turkey production (1). Aspergillosis usually occurs in th...
Author/s :
Majed Mohammed
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Article published the July 12, 2018:

Fungicidal effect of silver nanoparticles on toxigenic fungi in cocoa

Introduction The Global Cocoa Agenda calls for a knowledge-generating strategy aimed at conciliating productivity, technological innovation, and sustainability within the cocoa value chain. Cocoa (Theobroma ca...
Author/s :
Raquel Amanda Villamizar Gallardo
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Article published the July 10, 2018:

Annual survey of mycotoxin in feed in 2017-Taiwan

In 2017, 493 randomly collected feed samples of raw materials and feed mills in farms were analyzed. Samples were tested for aflatoxins (B1, B2, G1, and G2), zearalenone, fumonisins (B1, B2, and B3) and deoxyni...
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Article published the June 28, 2018:

Deoxynivalenol in wheat and wheat products from a harvest affected by fusarium head blight

1 Introduction As a result of its nutritional properties, wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) is one of the most frequently eaten cereals all over the world by both humans and animals (Vieira, 2006). Brazil is not se...
Author/s :
Adriano Olnei MallmannCarlos A. MallmannLidiane Viera MachadoMarina Venturini CopettiRaquel Durand Coelho
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Article published the June 21, 2018:

Fusarium oxysporum dispersion by larvae of Cyclocephala modesta, Dyscinetus gagates and Diloboderus abderus in Brazil

Introduction Dissemination is the process through which diseases increase both on a temporal and on a spatial scale. Dissemination involves three basic sub-processes: release, dispersion and deposit of pathoge...
Author/s :
Geraldo Salgado-Neto
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Article published the June 13, 2018:

Meta-analysis of individual and combined effects of mycotoxins on growing pigs

Introduction Cereals are particularly susceptible to fungal contamination during both the pre- and postharvest stages. Many of these fungi are producers of mycotoxins, which are a chemically diverse group of s...
Author/s :
Aline RmsCheila Roberta LehnenInes AndrettaLuciano HauschildMarcos Kipper Da SilvaRaquel Melchior
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Article published the June 7, 2018:

Anthesis, the infectious process and disease progress curves for fusarium head blight in wheat

Fusarium head blight (FHB), or scab of wheat (Triticum aestivum L.), is caused by Gibberella zeae Petch, anamorph Fusarium graminearum Schwabe (1, 2, 3, and 4). The role of anthers in Fusarium infection has bee...
Author/s :
Erlei Melo Reis
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Article published the May 10, 2018:

Penicillic Acid

Introduction The penicillic acid was isolated from maize infected with Penicillium puberulumin in 1913. Currently, it is known that it is also produced by other members of the genus Penicillium and Aspergillus...
Author/s :
Sergio Paulo Severo De Souza Diniz
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