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Mycoflora and mycotoxin production in groundnut fodder



Mycoflora and mycotoxin production in groundnut fodder



Indian Journal of Mycology and Plant Pathology 17(3): 337-338



Details are given of the fungi isolated by the agar plate, dilution plate and humid chamber methods from 20 fodder samples. The most common isolates were Aspergillus flavus; 7 of 10 were able to produce aflatoxins. Of 10 A. nidulans isolates, 3 produced sterigmatocystin and 2 of 6 A. terreus produced patulin. All 6 isolates of A. terreus produced terreic acid and a str. of A. ochraceus elaborated ochratoxin A.

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