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Aflatoxin distribution studies on a four tonne batch of maize

, : Aflatoxin distribution studies on a four tonne batch of maize. International Biodeterioration 24(4 & 5): 393-398

One-way analysis of variance of the aflatoxin contents of spear samples taken from the top, middle and bottom of every fifth sack of an 80 sack population of shelled maize showed no significant difference between samples drawn from different parts of the sack.

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DOI: 10.1016/0265-3036(88)90026-7

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