Toxin from Fusarium moniliforme: Effects on Plants and Animals.

@article{Cole1973ToxinFF,
  title={Toxin from Fusarium moniliforme: Effects on Plants and Animals.},
  author={Richard J. Cole and J. W. Kirksey and Horace G. Cutler and B L Doupnik and J. Peckham},
  journal={Science},
  year={1973},
  volume={179 4080},
  pages={1324-6}
}
A mycotoxin-producing strain of Fusarium moniliforme was isolated from southern leaf blight-damaged corn seed. A water-soluble toxin, subsequently purified from the fungus, had an oral median lethal dose of 4.0 milligrams per kilogram in 1-day-old cockerels. The toxin also produced plant growth-regulating and phytotoxic effects on plant systems. Physical and chemical data presented for the toxin suggest a structurally new toxin. The trivial name "moniliformin" has been assigned to the toxin. 

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