Wild rice as fermentation substrate for mycotoxin production.

  title={Wild rice as fermentation substrate for mycotoxin production.},
  author={L. A. Lindenfelser and Alex Ciegler and Clifford W. Hesseltine},
  journal={Applied and environmental microbiology},
  volume={35 1},
Many cereal grains have been studied for their suitability as substrates for the fermentative production of mycotoxins. However, except for aflatoxin, wild rice has not been investigated. Hence, five mold cultures known to produce the mycotoxins ochratoxin-A, penicillic acid, patulin, vomitoxin, and zearalenone were grown on wild rice under varying conditions of moisture and temperature to determine whether this grain would serve as a suitable substrate for toxin production. Under appropriate… CONTINUE READING

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