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The environmental factors controlling mycotoxin formation

, : The environmental factors controlling mycotoxin formation. Mycotoxins and animal foods: 37-56

Environmental factors controlling mycotoxin formation, including intrinsic factors such as species and strain specificity; extrinsic factors such as temperature, water activity/temperature interactions and pH; ionizing radiation; availability of nutrients; biological interactions; and the influence of chemical agents, are reviewed.

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