Classification of maize contaminated withFusarium Graminearum Using Mid-infrared Spectroscopy and Chemometrics

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Advances in the development of a novel method for the detection ofFusarium graminearum employing mid-infrared spectroscopy are described. The dried and ground sample was sieved and the fraction with particle sizes between 250 and 100 μm was used for spectroscopy. The sample was pressed against a diamond ATR-crystal, mounted in the sample chamber of an FT-IR… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02946074

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@article{Kos2002ClassificationOM, title={Classification of maize contaminated withFusarium Graminearum Using Mid-infrared Spectroscopy and Chemometrics}, author={Gerard PA Kos and Hans Lohninger and Rudolf Krska}, journal={Mycotoxin Research}, year={2002}, volume={18}, pages={104-108} }