Steven Gregory Morton

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Spores from 3 aflatoxigenic strains were applied to the surface of dried figs, pineapple slices, apricots, and raisins. Half of the samples of each foodstuff was autoclaved (cooked) before inoculation. All 3 strains produced some toxin but not in all of the foodstuffs. No aflatoxins were found in any of the raisin cultures. The overall potential for toxin(More)
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