Toxin production by Fusarium species from sugar beets and natural occurrence of zearalenone in beets and beet fibers.

@article{Bosch1992ToxinPB,
  title={Toxin production by Fusarium species from sugar beets and natural occurrence of zearalenone in beets and beet fibers.},
  author={U. Bosch and Chester J. Mirocha},
  journal={Applied and environmental microbiology},
  year={1992},
  volume={58 10},
  pages={3233-9}
}
Fifty-five Fusarium isolates belonging to nine species were collected from fungus-invaded tissue of stored sugar beets and identified as F. acuminatum (11 isolates), F. avenaceum (1 isolate), F. culmorum (1 isolate), F. equiseti (23 isolates), F. graminearum (4 isolates), F. oxysporum (1 isolate), F. solani (4 isolates), F. sporotrichioides (7 isolates), and F. subglutinans (2 isolates). All isolates were cultured on autoclaved rice grains and assayed for toxicity by feeding weanling female… CONTINUE READING

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