Contribution to the fungal flora of cereal grains in Egypt

@article{ElKady1982ContributionTT,
  title={Contribution to the fungal flora of cereal grains in Egypt},
  author={Ismael A. El-Kady and S. I. I. Abdel-Hafez and S. S. Mohamed El-Maraghy},
  journal={Mycopathologia},
  year={1982},
  volume={77},
  pages={103-109}
}
30 genera and 77 species, in addition to 4 varieties were isolated from 25 samples of each of barley, wheat, maize and sorghum grains collected from different places in Egypt. The broadest spectrum of genera and species was recorded in wheat (25 genera and 59 species + 4 varieties) followed by barley (21 genera and 52 species + 2 varieties), sorghum (14 genera and 33 species + 2 varieties) and maize grains (11 genera and 29 species + 2 varieties). Aspergillus, Fusarium, Penicillium and Rhizopus… CONTINUE READING

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