[Mycological examination of domestic unpolished rice and mycotoxin production by isolated Penicillium islandicum].

@article{Sakai2005MycologicalEO,
  title={[Mycological examination of domestic unpolished rice and mycotoxin production by isolated Penicillium islandicum].},
  author={Ayako Sakai and Hiroki Tanaka and Yoshiko Konishi and Ryo Hanazawa and Toshiko Ota and Yoshiyuki Nakahara and Shoji Sekiguchi and Emi Oshida and Masahiko Takino and Masakatsu Ichinoe and Kunie Yoshikawa and Takumi Yoshizawa and Kosuke Takatori},
  journal={Shokuhin eiseigaku zasshi. Journal of the Food Hygienic Society of Japan},
  year={2005},
  volume={46 5},
  pages={205-12}
}
Fungi growing on domestic rice were examined from April to June, 2003. One hundred samples of rice, which had been harvested in the autumn of 2002, were collected from the local market, and 15 samples of stored rice, which had been harvested in 2001 and stored in warehouses under government control, were used as samples. From each sample, 50 grains (100 grains in total) were plated on potato-dextrose agar (PDA) and malt yeast 40% sucrose agar (M40YA) containing chloramphenicol after being… CONTINUE READING