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Increase in invasion by storage fungi and in fat acidity values of commercial lots of Soybeans stored at moisture contents of 13.0-14.0%



Increase in invasion by storage fungi and in fat acidity values of commercial lots of Soybeans stored at moisture contents of 13.0-14.0%



Phytopathology, 57: 6, 622-624



Storage of the samples at these moisture contents at 5 degrees C. resulted in slight invasion by storage fungi and a small increase in fat acidity value after 480-500 days, but not after 150-170 days.

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