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Studies on the toxic substances produced by museardine fung. III. Existence of the toxic substances in the blood of silkworms attacked by various muscardine fungi


Studies on the toxic substances produced by museardine fung. III. Existence of the toxic substances in the blood of silkworms attacked by various muscardine fungi



Res Rept Fac Textile And Sericult Shinshu Univ 10: 130-134



The existence of the toxic substances in the blood of silkworms attacked by the following muscardine fungi are dealt with in this paper; Beauveria bassiana, Spicaria pracina, Isaria farinosa, I. fumoso.-rosea, Oospora destructor, Aspergillus oryzae, 2 strains Asp. flavus, (2 strains) Asp. ochraceus and Sterigmatocystis japonica. The extracts injected into the blood were obtained from the blood of silkworms in a moribund state caused by muscardine diseases by extracting with chloroform or ether after removal of proteins; then they were diluted with 1 ml water and injected. The silkworms showed toxic symptoms in every case. Results show that the toxic substances are produced in the blood of diseased silkworms caused by the muscardine fungi.

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