The genus Aspergillus

@inproceedings{Raper1966TheGA,
  title={The genus Aspergillus},
  author={Kenneth Bryan Raper and Dorothy I. Fennell},
  year={1966}
}

Mycotoxigenic Fungi

Among the food safety issues, the occurrence of fungal species able to produce toxic metabolites on the agro-food products has acquired a general attention. These compounds, the mycotoxins, generally

MYCOLOGICAL ASPECT OF MEAT COLD STORE AT KALYOBIA GOVERNORATE

A random swabs from frozen meat, fish and chicken meat (total=45, n=15 of each), walls and air of cold stores (n=45 per each) in Kalyobia governorate were subjected to mycological examination and

DIVERSITY OF PLASTIC DEGRADING MICROORGANISMS AND THEIR APPRAISAL ON BIODEGRADABLE PLASTIC

Bio-efficacy of microorganisms against different BD PE in pots indicated that colonization of plastic was not found up to 3 month interval by all of them but E.nidulans found to colonizing IPCL plastic and A.wentii colonizing Israel plastic at 6 month interval.

Molecular Characterization of Isolates of Aspergillus Species

Extended summary published in Souvenir of Seminars/ Symposia/ Conferences

Identification and prevalence of Aspergillus species in soils of Fars and Kerman Provinces of Iran and evaluation of their aflatoxin production.

Aspergillus species are major causes of pre- and post-harvest degradation of agricultural products and are studied in various fields and orchards of Fars and Kerman Provinces.

Two novel aflatoxin-producing Aspergillus species from Argentinean peanuts.

Two novel species from Aspergillus section Flavi from different species of Arachis (peanuts) in Argentina are described as Aspergillus arachidicola sp. nov. and Aspergillus minisclerotigenes sp. nov.

Identification and characterization of Aspergillus flavus and aflatoxins

Selective media, data from mycotoxins production and molecular biology tools are discussed in order to clarify the concept of A. flavus species.

An overview of Aspergillus (Hvphomycetes) and associated teleomorphs in southern Africa

All the Aspergillus species that are regarded as common have been reported from southern Africa and the relevant host or substrate is given together with a literature reference, while the fungal nomenclature has been updated.

PREVALENCE AND CHARACTERIZATION OF ASPERGILLUS SPP. FROM RICE GRAINS IN SOUTH INDIA

Rice is one of the most important staple foods in Asian and African countries. It is prone to many pre and post-harvest biotic stresses. The rice samples are associated with a number of storage fungi

Taxonomy of Aspergillus section Petersonii sect. nov. encompassing indoor and soil-borne species with predominant tropical distribution

Multi-gene phylogenetic analysis comprising taxa across the subgenus Circumdati showed that these species cluster into a well-supported clade sister to sect.
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