[Relation between the production of deoxynivalenol and zearalenone and the mycelial growth of Fusarium graminearum on solid natural substrates].

@article{Lori1990RelationBT,
  title={[Relation between the production of deoxynivalenol and zearalenone and the mycelial growth of Fusarium graminearum on solid natural substrates].},
  author={Gladys A. Lori and Cathy Henning and Antonio Violante and H E Alippi and Edith Varsavsky},
  journal={Microbiologia},
  year={1990},
  volume={6 2},
  pages={76-82}
}
A toxicogenic strain of Fusarium graminearum which produces DON and ZEA was cultivated on natural solid substrates (wheat, polished rice and hulled rice) under different environmental conditions. The production of both toxins and mycelium growth (in terms of glucosamine) were evaluated to establish the relation between the production of DON and ZEA and the different mycelium growth on the substrates mentioned above. Polished rice was the substrate on which most production of both toxins was… CONTINUE READING
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