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Studies on mycoflora of cereal grains in the southern west region of Saudi Arabia. I. Fungi associated with some cereal grains at post harvest and during storage



Studies on mycoflora of cereal grains in the southern west region of Saudi Arabia. I. Fungi associated with some cereal grains at post harvest and during storage



Annals of Agricultural Science, Moshtohor 22(1): 281-297



The grain mycoflora of sorghum, wheat, maize and barley from Gizan, Shamaran, El-Baha, Zahran and Taif were investigated. At post-harvest a higher incidence of fungi was recorded for sound, non-disinfected grains rather than grains disinfected with mercuric chloride and either plated on PDA or on blotters at 25-28 degrees C for 5-8 d, although percentages of isolation of associated fungi were approx. similar.

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