Fumonisin, Vomitoxin, and Other Mycotoxins in Corn Produced by Fusarium Fungi
Published:July 24, 2008
Certain Fusarium fungi are capable of causing a variety of diseases in corn, including seedling disease, stalk rots, and ear rots. In addition to their direct effect on corn yields, Fusarium fungi sometimes produce mycotoxins (poisonous substances produced by fungi) in the infected ears and kernels. The mycotoxins produced by Fusarium spp. in cereal grains are second only to the aflatoxins ...
Very useful article about Fumonisin, Vomitoxin, and Other Mycotoxins in Corn Produced by Fusarium Fungi, detailed information for future researcher. Thanx for the information. Had I got it 5 years ago, I should have included it in my master thesis.