Aflatoxin. Scientific Background, Control, and Implications by Leo A. Goldblatt

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Chem. Soc. 90, 5019-5020. Boiler, R. , and Schroeder, H. W. (1966). Aflatoxin producing potential of Aspergillus flavus-oryzae isolated from rice. Cereal Sei. Today 11, 342-344. , Insalata, N. , Levi, C. , and Witzeman, J. S. (1966). Mycotoxins in feeds and foods. Advan. Appl. Microbiol. 8, 315-351. Borut, S. , and Joffe, A. Z. (1965). Aspergillus flavus Link aflatoxins and toxicity of groundnuts in Israel. IsraelJ. Botany 14, 198. Borut, S. , and Joffe, A. Z. (1966). Aspergillus flavus Link and other fungi associated with stored groundnut kernels in Israel.

Shotwell et al. Cucullu et al. Schroeder (1963) (1965) (1966) (1966) (1966) Substrate Boiler and (1966) Schroeder (1966) Nartey Diener and Davis (1966) Hesseltine et al. Eldridge Hesseltine et al. (1968a) (1967) Soybeans (1968a) Oatstraw Sweet clover, 376 105 30a oatstraw a Bi only. Germ or embryonic axis. c M-methionine. d Βχ + B 2 . b and other natural substrates has generally been established at substrate moistures in equilibrium with 70 % RH, at which very few fungi will grow. Excellent reviews (Semeniuk, 1954; Scott, 1957) have pointed out the significance of RH or the equivalent equilibrium moisture content of ii.

1956) found A. flavus to be the dominant fungus isolated from kernels and shells of unblemished Spanish peanuts sampled over a 6-week period before and after harvest. Rapid invasion of pods by A. flavus in the soil has been associated primarily with physical and biological damage to the shell and kernels. McDonald and Harkness (1963, 1964) and McDonald et al. (1964) reported that kernels of broken pods showed extensive fungal contamination in comparison with that of kernels from undamaged pods.

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