Relationship of Shelled Corn Fungal Susceptibility to Carbon Dioxide Evolution and Kernel Attributes 1

@inproceedings{Moog2007RelationshipOS,
  title={Relationship of Shelled Corn Fungal Susceptibility to Carbon Dioxide Evolution and Kernel Attributes 1},
  author={Dr. P. Moog and Richard L Stroshine and Larry M. Seitz},
  year={2007}
}
Cereal Chem. 85(1):19–26 Fifty-one samples of shelled corn were rewetted to 21% wb moisture content (MC) and evaluated for susceptibility to fungal invasion using ergosterol measurements and a test kit that measures carbon dioxide (CO2) evolution. The sample attributes measured were percent germination, electrolyte leakage after soaking in deionized water, percent fines, and percent kernel infection. The difference in ergosterol content before and after incubation at 24°C was used as the… CONTINUE READING