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Screening of different varieties of pearl millet for patulin and terreic acid production by Aspergillus terreus


Indian Journal of Mycology and Plant Pathology 1988; 17(2): 204-205
Screening of different varieties of pearl millet for patulin and terreic acid production by Aspergillus terreus
Of the 9 cultivars of Pennisetum americanum tested, WC C75 was the most resistant to A. terreus infection and contained lower levels of mycotoxins. Local, MCH 36 and BJ 104 supported max. patulin production, while patulin levels in the other cultivars were intermediate.

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