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Water and temperature relations of growth of the entomogenous fungi beauveria bassiana, metarhizium anisopliae, and paecilomyces farinosus
  • Hallsworth, Magan
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of invertebrate pathology
  • 1 November 1999
The effects of temperature (5-50 degrees C), water availability (0. 998-0.88 water activity, a(w)), and a(w) x temperature interactions (15-45 degrees C) on growth of three entomogenous fungi,Expand
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Ecological determinants for germination and growth of some Aspergillus and Penicillium spp. from maize grain
This study compared the effect of temperature (5–45 °C), water availability (water activity, aw; 0·995–0·75) and their interactions on the temporal rates of germination and mycelial growth of threeExpand
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Ecophysiological responses of the biocontrol yeast Candida sake to water, temperature and pH stress
The growth responses of the biocontrol agent Candida sake to changes in water activity (aw), temperature and pH and their interactions, and accumulation of sugars (glucose, trehalose) and sugarExpand
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Volatiles as an indicator of fungal activity and differentiation between species, and the potential use of electronic nose technology for early detection of grain spoilage.
  • Magan, Evans
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of stored products research
  • 15 October 2000
There is significant interest in methods for the early detection of quality changes in cereal grains. The development of electronic nose technology in recent years has stimulated interest in the useExpand
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Impact of environmental factors on fungal respiration and dry matter losses in wheat straw.
  • Willcock, Magan
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Journal of stored products research
  • 15 January 2000
An automatic electrolytic respirometer enabled replicated determinations of the respiration rates of individual fungi on sterile straw, and the mixed mycoflora of naturally contaminated wheat strawExpand
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