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Mycotoxin and exoenzyme production by members of Aspergillus section Flavi: an integrated taxonomic approach to their classification



Mycotoxin and exoenzyme production by members of Aspergillus section Flavi: an integrated taxonomic approach to their classification



Proceedings of the Japanese Association of Mycotoxicology (Supplement 1): 35-36



Pectin zymograms of section Flavi members showed that A. anthodesmis, A. avenaceus, A. clavatoflavus, A. coremiiformis, A. leporis and A. tamarii were distinct, while members of the A. flavus "complex" (A. flavus, A. oryzae, A. sojae, A. parasiticus and A. nomius) formed a polythetic group, with A. tamarii as the nearest member. The profiles of secondary metabolites were excellent criteria for separating all species mentioned above, including the members of the A. flavus complex.

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