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Tremorgenic toxins from penicillia. 3. Tremortin production by Penicillium species on various agricultural commodities



Tremorgenic toxins from penicillia. 3. Tremortin production by Penicillium species on various agricultural commodities



Applied Microbiology 21(6): 1101-1103



A low temperature (4 C) favors the accumulation of the mycotoxin tremortin when tremortin-producing molds are grown on various agricultural commodities. However, the rate of toxin formation is more rapid at a high temperature (20 C).

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