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The Genus Talaromyces: Studies on Talaromyces and Related Genera II
Aflatoxin-producing strains of Aspergillus flavus detected by fluorescence of agar medium under ultraviolet light.
The fluorescence method of detecting aflatoxin-producing strains of Aspergillus flavus and related species utilizes the ultraviolet-induced fluorescence of aflatoxin produced in a modified Czapek's… Expand
Aspergilli as ochratoxin producers.
To determine whether ochratoxin is produced by species of Aspergillus other than Asp. ochraceus, 44 strains representative of the 9 spp. composing the Asp. ochraceus group were grown on both pearled… Expand
Mycotoxin-producing strains of Penicillium viridicatum: classification into subgroups.
- A. Ciegler, D. I. Fennell, G. Sansing, R. W. Detroy, G. Bennett
- Biology, Medicine
- Applied microbiology
- 1 September 1973
Although three subgroupings can be recognized, retention of all isolates in the species P. viridicatum is deemed most appropriate at this time. Expand
The Ascocarps of Aspergillus Alliaceus
Aspergillus alliaceus, described in 1926 by Thom and Church (4) as a new sclerotial species in the A. wentii Group, was based upon two strains: C.T. 4660, isolated by Eddy from a decaying garlic bulb… Expand
The Genus Circinella
The genus Circinella was erected by van Tieghem and Le Monnier (34) in 1873 to include certain forms closely related to Mucor but differ? ing from that genus in producing sporangiophores bearing… Expand
Aspergillus Kanagawaensis and Related Species in Wisconsin Forest Soils
In an effort to identify the Wisconsin isolates, the following cultures of fawn-colored uniseriate Aspergilli were assembled and critically examined. Expand
Occurrence of a mycotoxin, ochratoxin A, in wheat and isolation of ochratoxin A and citrinin producing strains of Penicillium viridicatum.
The method for isolation of fungi from the wheat kernels was based on that of Wallace and Sinha, and a number of other fungi tentatively identified as Aspergillus glaucus and A. candidus were found to produce any of the fluorescent mycotoxins, ochratoxin A, citrinin, aflatoxin, aspertoxin, or sterigmatocystin. Expand