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Prevention of aflatoxin contamination in Thai maize. 1. Infection of Thai maize with Aspergillus flavus



Prevention of aflatoxin contamination in Thai maize. 1. Infection of Thai maize with Aspergillus flavus



JARQ, Japan Agricultural Research Quarterly 27(1): 55-60



Shelling was found to be the most critical process for the infection of Thai maize with A. flavus. Infection was initiated from damaged maize kernels.

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