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Studies on the contamination of fungi and mycotoxins in spices. I. Mycoflora of imported spices and inhibitory effects of the spices on the growth of some fungi



Studies on the contamination of fungi and mycotoxins in spices. I. Mycoflora of imported spices and inhibitory effects of the spices on the growth of some fungi



Proceedings of the Japanese Association of Mycotoxicology (Nos.5/6): 36-38



Raw samples of cloves, fennel, ginger, koshou, mace, mustard, sansho and star anise had no or low contamination. Heavy to extremely heavy fungal contamination was found in samples of allspice, cardamon, cassia, chilli pepper, cinnamon, laurel, oregano, sage, thyme and white pepper. Fungi isolated from the latter group are tabulated. The inhibitory effects of 12 spice preparations on 11 fungi are tabulated.

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