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Ecology of aflatoxin B1-producing Aspergillus flavus strains



Ecology of aflatoxin B1-producing Aspergillus flavus strains



Zeitschrift für die Gesamte Hygiene und ihre Grenzgebiete 29(9): 515-517



A total of 1080 str. of A. flavus was isolated from 90 food samples, including nuts and grains. In addition 11 str. were isolated from groundnut foragecakes. Of these, 89 str. produced aflatoxin B1. Aflatoxinogenic fungi contaminated mostly the food and feed originating from tropical and subtropical countries. On foodstuffs originating in Czechoslovakia only 0.8% of the 694 str. isolated produced aflatoxin B1.

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