Citations with the tag: ASPERGILLUS flavus
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- Review of Identification of esterase in Aspergillus flavus during degradation of polyester polyurethane.
Shahsavarani, Arash; Darch, Heather // Canadian Young Scientist Journal; 2013, Vol. 2013 Issue 2, p30
A review of the article "Identification of esterase in Aspergillus flavus during degradation of polyester polyurethane" by Alina Ma and Quentin Wong, which was published in the 2013 issue is presented.
- Molecular characterization of an Aspergillus flavus population isolated from maize during the first outbreak of aflatoxin contamination in Italy.
Gallo, Antonia; Stea, Gaetano; Battilani, Paola; Logrieco, Antonio F.; Perrone, Giancarlo // Phytopathologia Mediterranea; 2012, Vol. 51 Issue 1, p198
An Aspergillus population (67 strains), isolated from maize in 2003, during the first outbreak of aflatoxin contamination documented in Northern Italy, was characterised according to gene sequencing data. All strains were identified as A. flavus by sequencing of Î²-tubulin and calmodulin gene...
Gallo, Antonia; Stea, Gaetano; Battilani, Paola; Logrieco, Antonio F.; Perrone, Giancarlo // Reactions Weekly; 2/13/2016, Vol. 1588 Issue 1, p31
The article is a case report of a 21-year-old male with disseminated fusariosis, multi-organ failure and Aspergillus flavus infection developed while being treated for antithymocyte-globulin, ciclosporin and amphotericin-b-liposomal.
- Characterization of the Far Transcription Factor Family in Aspergillus flavus.
Xingyu Luo; Affeldt, Katharyn J.; Keller, Nancy P. // G3: Genes | Genomes | Genetics; Oct2016, Vol. 6 Issue 10, p3269
Metabolism of fatty acids is a critical requirement for the pathogenesis of oil seed pathogens including the fungus Aspergillus flavus. Previous studies have correlated decreased ability to grow on fatty acids with reduced virulence of this fungus on host seed. Two fatty acid metabolism...
- Impacts of Dehydroacetic Acid and Ozonated Water on Aspergillus flavus Colonization and Aflatoxin B1 Accumulation in Iranian Pistachio.
Nooghi, M. Esmaeilzadeh; Jafari, A. A.; Khavidak, S. Sedighi; Jafari, H. // Journal of Food Quality & Hazards Control; 2016, Vol. 3 Issue 3, p87
Background: Aflatoxins (AFs) are the most prevalent carcinogenic mycotoxins, produced mainly by Aspergillus flavus and A. parasiticus. The general purpose of the present study was to use Dehydroacetic Acid (DHA) and Ozonated Water (OW) to control A. flavus growth and accumulation of Aflatoxin B1...
- Corn is not forgiving of production mistakes, Texas farmer says.
Smith, Ron // Southwest Farm Press Exclusive Insight; 7/12/2012, p4
The article discusses the view of Butch Aycock, a farmer from Collin County, Texas, that corn is not forgiving of production mistakes. He shared that his corn may have recorded some missed rain events in late May 2012 while he has 300 acres with hail damage. The article also informs that...
- An isolate ofAspergillus flavusused to reduce aflatoxin contamination in cottonseed has a defective polyketide synthase gene.
Ehrlich, Kenneth C.; Cotty, Peter J. // Applied Microbiology & Biotechnology; Aug2004, Vol. 65 Issue 4, p473
Contamination of certain foods and feeds with the highly toxic and carcinogenic family ofAspergillusmycotoxins, the aflatoxins, can place a severe economic burden on farmers. As one strategy to reduce aflatoxin contamination, the non-aflatoxin-producingA. flavusisolate AF36 is currently being...
- Pistachio producers battle aflatoxin with fungus.
Warnert, Jeannette E. // Western Farm Press Exclusive Insight; 7/19/2012, p1
The article focuses on research conducted at Parlier, California's UC Kearney Agricultural Research and Extension Center which used a beneficial fungus in San Joaquin Valley pistachio orchards to protect the nuts from aflatoxin. Discovered in 1960s, Aflatoxin is reportedly produced by strains of...
- Serial passage of the opportunistic pathogen Aspergillus flavus through an insect host yields decreased saprobic capacity.
Scully, Lisa R.; Bidochka, Michael J. // Canadian Journal of Microbiology; Feb2005, Vol. 51 Issue 2, p185
To study the early stages of the effect of host restriction on pathogen evolution, we subjected the opportunistic fungus Aspergillus flavus to a serial propagation scheme, whereby insect-virulent conidia were selected for repeated passage through an insect host (Galleria mellonella larvae) for 5...
- Amino acid supplementation reveals differential regulation of aflatoxin biosynthesis in Aspergillus flavus NRRL 3357 and Aspergillus parasiticus SRRC 143.
Wilkinson, J. R.; Yu, J.; Bland, J. M.; Nierman, W. C.; Bhatnagar, D.; Cleveland, T. E. // Applied Microbiology & Biotechnology; Apr2007, Vol. 74 Issue 6, p1308
Aflatoxins are toxic and carcinogenic secondary metabolites produced by the fungi Aspergillus flavus and Aspergillus parasiticus. To better understand the molecular mechanisms that regulate aflatoxin production, the biosynthesis of the toxin in A. flavus and A. parasticus grown in yeast extract...
- Gene action and reciprocal effects for ear rot resistance in crosses derived from five tropical maize populations.
Mukanga, Mweshi; Derera, John; Tongoona, Pangirayi // Euphytica; Jul2010, Vol. 174 Issue 2, p293
Devastating maize grain yield and quality losses are caused by Aspergillus flavus, Fusarium verticillioides and Stenocarpella maydis ear rots especially in tropical countries. Therefore, combining ability of tropical maize populations for ear rot severity and ear rot-related traits was...
- Association between vegetative compatibility and aflatoxin production by Aspergillus species during intraspecific competition.
Wicklow, Donald T.; Horn, Bruce W. // Mycoscience (Springer Science & Business Media B.V.); Oct2007, Vol. 48 Issue 5, p267
Intraspecific competition is the basis for biological control of aflatoxins, but there is little understanding of the mechanism(s) by which competing strains inhibit toxin production. Evidence is presented that demonstrates a relationship between strength of the vegetative compatibility reaction...
- Comparison of Expression of Secondary Metabolite Biosynthesis Cluster Genes in Aspergillus flavus, A. parasiticus, and A. oryzae.
Ehrlich, Kenneth C.; Mack, Brian M. // Toxins; Jun2014, Vol. 6 Issue 6, p1916
Fifty six secondary metabolite biosynthesis gene clusters are predicted to be in the Aspergillus flavus genome. In spite of this, the biosyntheses of only seven metabolites, including the aflatoxins, kojic acid, cyclopiazonic acid and aflatrem, have been assigned to a particular gene cluster. We...
- Pre-termination in aflR of Aspergillus sojae inhibits aflatoxin biosynthesis.
Matsushima, K.; Chang, P.-K.; Yu, J.; Abe, K.; Bhatnagar, D.; Cleveland, T. E. // Applied Microbiology & Biotechnology; May2001, Vol. 55 Issue 5, p585
The aflR gene product is the main transcriptional regulator of aflatoxin biosynthesis in Aspergillus parasiticus and Aspergillus flavus. Although A. sojae strains do not produce aflatoxins, they do have an aflR homologue. When compared with the aflR of A. parasiticus, the A. sojae gene contains...
- Efficacy of a Biopesticide for Control of Aflatoxins in Corn.
Dorner, Joe W. // Journal of Food Protection; Mar2010, Vol. 73 Issue 3, p495
A 2-year study was carried out to determine the efficacy of a biopesticide in reducing aflatoxin contamination in com. The biopesticide, afla-guard, delivers a nontoxigenic strain of Aspergillus flavus to the field where it competes with naturally occurring toxigenic strains of the fungus....
- Genetically shaping morphology of the filamentous fungus Aspergillus glaucus for production of antitumor polyketide aspergiolide A.
Menghao Cai; Ying Zhang; Wei Hu; Wei Shen; Zhenzhong Yu; Weiqiang Zhou; Tao Jiang; Xiangshan Zhou; Yuanxing Zhang // Microbial Cell Factories; 2014, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p1
Background For filamentous fungi, the basic growth unit of hyphae usually makes it sensitive to shear stress which is generated from mechanical force and dynamic fluid in bioreactor, and it severely decreases microbial productions. The conventional strategies against shear-sensitive conundrum in...
- Study on The Sensitivity Level of Some Pistachio Cultivars of Khorasan-E-Razavi Province To Aspergillus Flavus.
Jalali, Leila; Afshari, Hossein; Ashraf, Shahram; Moghadam, Mehdi Mohammadi // Advances in Environmental Biology; Oct2011, Vol. 5 Issue 11, p3535
In order to evaluate the sensitivity level of various cultivars of pistachio from Khorasan e Razavi Province to aflatoxigenic Aspergillus flavus mold, 4 cultivars of popular pistachio of Khorasan-e-Razavi were selected and collected. For this research, an isolate of aflatoxigenic Aspergillus...
- Status of Seed Mycoflora of Ajwain (Trachyspermum ammi L.) in Rajasthan.
Lal, Ram; Shekhawat, K. S.; Khokhar, M. K.; Gupta, Renu // Journal of Plant Science Research; 2013, Vol. 29 Issue 1, p129
Seven seed samples were collected from major Ajwain growing areas of Rajasthan showing deformed (shriveled and over sized seed) and discolored (dirty brown and light brown) and damaged (by insects) seeds. Impurities of one kind or other were also found in all the seven samples. Spores of seven...
- Corn-Soybean Rotation Systems in the Mississippi Delta: Implications on Mycotoxin Contamination and Soil Populations of Aspergillus flavus.
Abbas, Hamed K.; Bellaloui, Nacer; Zablotowicz, Robert M.; Arnold Bruns, H.; Gillen, Anne M. // International Journal of Agronomy; 2012, p1
The effect of corn-soybean rotation on mycotoxin contamination in corn (Zea mays L.) and soybean (Glycine max L. Merrill.) grains has not been fully evaluated. Therefore, this research investigated the effect of corn-soybean rotation on aflatoxin and fumonisin contamination in respective grains....
- Molecular and physiological aspects of aflatoxin and sterigmatocystin biosynthesis by Aspergillus tamarii and A. ochraceoroseus.
Klich, M. A.; Mullaney, E. J.; Daly, C. B.; Cary, J. W. // Applied Microbiology & Biotechnology; May2000, Vol. 53 Issue 5, p605
Until recently, only three species (Aspergillus flavus, A. parasiticus and A. nomius) have been widely recognized as producers of aflatoxin. In this study we examine aflatoxin production by two other species, A. tamarii and A. ochraceoroseus, the latter of which also produces sterigmatocystin....
- Effect of Eucommia Antifungal Peptide Against Aspergillus flavus.
LIU Shi-hui; ZHAO De-gang // Natural Product Research & Development; Apr2008, Vol. 20 Issue 2, p332
Using paper-disc agar-diffusion method, the activity of Eucommia antifungal peptide 3 (EAFP3) against Aspergillus flavus were investigated. The results indicated that EAFP3 could effectively inhibit A. flavus. The minimum inhibition concentration (MIC) was 125 Âµg/mL.
- Isolation and Characterization of a Novel Elastase Inhibitor, AFLEI from Aspergillus flavus.
Okumura, Yoshiyuki; Ogawa, Kenji; Uchiya, Kei-ichi; Nikai, Toshiaki // Japanese Journal of Medical Mycology; Sep2006, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p219
A novel elastase inhibitor from Aspergillus flavus (AFLEI) was isolated, and biochemical properties of AFLEI were examined. Column chromatography using diethylaminoethyl (DE) 52-Cellulose and Sephadex G-75 was used to purify the inhibitor. The final preparation was found to be homogeneous as...
- Lactobacillus case! CRL 431 and Lactobacillus rhamnosus CRL 1224 as Biological Controls for AspergiIIus flavus Strains.
Bueno, Dante J.; Silva, Julio O.; Oliver, Guillermo; Gonzélez, Silvia N. // Journal of Food Protection; Oct2006, Vol. 69 Issue 10, p2544
The effect of two species of lactobacilli, Lactobacillus casei CRL 431 and Lactobacillus rhamnosus CRL 1224, on growth of different Aspergillus flavus strains was determined. A. flavus strains (Ap, TR2, or CF80) were grown in LAPTg broth at 37Â°C for 7 days as a single culture and in...
- Optimization and production of itaconic acid using Aspergillus flavus.
Sudarkodi, C.; Subha, K.; Kanimozhi, K.; Panneerselvam, A. // Advances in Applied Science Research; Apr2012, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p1126
In the present investigation soil samples were collected from Mallipattinum, Thanjavur (Dt). Different species of fungi were isolated from soil sample. Among these fungi Aspergillus flavus were dominantly present in soil. The itaconic acid activity was measured at different pH and different...
- The effect of temperature on Natural Antisense Transcript (NAT) expression in Aspergillus flavus.
Smith, Carrie; Robertson, Dominique; Yates, Bethan; Nielsen, Dahlia; Brown, Doug; Dean, Ralph; Payne, Gary // Current Genetics; Nov2008, Vol. 54 Issue 5, p241
Naturally occurring Antisense Transcripts (NATs) compose an emerging group of regulatory RNAs. These regulatory elements appear in all organisms examined, but little is known about global expression of NATs in fungi. Analysis of currently available EST sequences suggests that 352 cis NATs are...
- Preliminary report of Dehulling effect on the occurrence and distribution of Aspergillus flavus in maize grains stored in Mubi market.
Mienda, Bashir Sajo // Advances in Applied Science Research; Oct2011, Vol. 2 Issue 5, p612
The effect of dehulling on the occurrence and distribution of Aspergillus flavus in some stored maize grains in Mubi grains market has been carried out using direct plating technique. All the undehulled samples yielded the presence of Aspergillus flavus, while none was detected in the dehulled...
- ANTIFUNGAL ACTIVITY OF SELECTED PLANT EXTRACTS AGAINST IMPORTANT SEED BORNE FUNGI OF MAIZE.
K. WAHEGAONKAR NILIMA; D. SHIRURKAR DEEPAVALI // International Journal of Pharma & Bio Sciences; Jul-Sep2013, Vol. 4 Issue 3, pB-163
Fifteen different plants used in traditional Indian medicine were examined against eight fungal species viz. Aspergillus flavus, Aspergillus niger, Aspergillus terreus, Aspergillus oryzae, Aspergillus fumigatus, Fusarium verticillioides (Synonym F. moniliforme), Fusarium solani and Penicillium...
- Degradation of Polyurethane by Aspergillus flavus (ITCC 6051) Isolated from Soil.
Mathur, Garima; Prasad, Ramasare // Applied Biochemistry & Biotechnology; Jul2012, Vol. 167 Issue 6, p1595
The present study deals with the isolation of fungi from soil with the ability to degrade polyurethane (PU). A pure fungal isolate was analyzed for its ability to utilize PU as a sole carbon source in shaking culture for 30 days. Incubation of PU with Aspergillus flavus resulted in 60.6%...
- MICROWAVES INFLUENCE ON THE ENZIMATIC ACTIVITY OF ASPERGILLUS NIDULANS AND ASPERGILLUS FLAVUS.
Gaspar, Eniko; Oprean, Letiţia; Oancea, Simona; Iancu, Ramona; Lengyel, Ecaterina // Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology; 2009, Vol. 14 Issue 2, p305
The present study presume to monitor the fungal enzymatic in relation to microwaves irradiation under different irradiation conditions, the results being a start to use non-conventional technologies in food industry surpassing chemical factor which often generate undesired secondary effects. The...
- Archeology Meets Clinical Microbiology: Analysis of the Microbial Content of Soil From Archeological Sites in Italy and Belize.
Paul Southern // Laboratory Medicine; Oct2008, Vol. 39 Issue 10, p601
Background: Soil was obtained from pottery near Lecce, Italy, and from Lubaantun, Belize. We compared the microbial contents of the 2 soil specimens.Methods: Soil from each site, mixed thoroughly, was solubilized with phosphate buffer and used for culture and microscopy by standard methods....
- Primary Cutaneous Aspergillosis.
Nakashirna, Keiko; Yamada, Nanako; Yoshida, Yuichi; Yamamoto, Osamu // Acta Dermato-Venereologica; 2010, Vol. 90 Issue 5, p519
The article presents a case study of a 66-year-old Japanese woman with an asymptomatic nodule on the tip of her right thumb. Histopathology revealed a massive epidermal necrosis and dermal necrobiosis. She was diagnosed with primary cutaneous aspergillosis caused by Aspergillus (A.) flavus. The...
- Mycological and toxicological analysis of peanuts and derivatives.
de Lima, Robson; des Fortunato de Oliveira, Douglas Melquía; Alves Rufino, Luciana Rosa; Gomes Boriolo, Marcelo Fabiano; Pupin Silvério, Alessandra Cristina; Dias Garcia, José Antônio; Evangelista Fiorini, João; de Mello Silva Oliveira, Nelma // Revista de CiÃªncias FarmacÃªuticas BÃ¡sica e Aplicada; 2012, Vol. 33 Issue 3, p395
The filamentous fungi Aspergillus flavus, Aspergillus parasiticus and Aspergillus nomius produce toxins, which are secondary metabolites called aflatoxins. These toxin-producing species grow rapidly on peanuts and cereals in favorable conditions of temperature and humidity. Their toxins can...
- A rapid knockdown effect of Penicillium citrinum for control of the mosquito Culex quinquefasciatus in Thailand.
Maketon, Monchan; Amnuaykanjanasin, Alongkorn; Kaysorngup, Achirayar // World Journal of Microbiology & Biotechnology; Feb2014, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p727
Twenty local isolates of entomopathogenic fungi were determined for control of the larvae and adults of Culex quinquefasciatus. In a laboratory experiment, a Penicillium sp. CM-010 caused 100 % mortality of third-instar larvae within 2 h using a conidial suspension of 1 Ã— 10 conidia ml. Its...
- A critical evaluation of cultural methods for the identification of atoxigenic Aspergillus flavus isolates for aflatoxin mitigation in pistachio orchards of Iran.
Fani, Seyed; Moradi, Mohammad; Probst, Claudia; Zamanizadeh, Hamid; Mirabolfathy, Mansoureh; Haidukowski, Miriam; Logrieco, Anthonio // European Journal of Plant Pathology; Dec2014, Vol. 140 Issue 4, p631
Aflatoxin contamination of tree nuts is a growing concern for pistachio producing countries. Development of competitive exclusion strategies through application of atoxigenic Aspergillus flavus isolates is a highly effective route of natural aflatoxin mitigation. Aflatoxin assays conducted on a...
- Marine natural compounds can be efficient toward aflatoxigenic Aspergillus flavus strain.
Crivelenti, Yasmim Dantas; Arevabini, Cyntia A. M.; De Abreu, Mariana H.; Bitencourt, Tamires Aparecida; Mesquita, Thaís B.; Cantelli, Bruna A. M.; Santos, Mario F. C.; Berlinck, Roberto G. S.; Hajdu, Eduardo; de O Beleboni, Renê; Marins, Mozart; Fachin, Ana Lúcia // BMC Proceedings; 10/1/2014, p1
An abstract of the article "Marine natural compounds can be efficient toward aflatoxigenic Aspergillus flavus strain" by Yasmim Dantas Crivelenti and colleagues is presented.
- Aflatoxin B1.
Crivelenti, Yasmim Dantas; Arevabini, Cyntia A. M.; De Abreu, Mariana H.; Bitencourt, Tamires Aparecida; Mesquita, Thaís B.; Cantelli, Bruna A. M.; Santos, Mario F. C.; Berlinck, Roberto G. S.; Hajdu, Eduardo; de O Beleboni, Renê; Marins, Mozart; Fachin, Ana Lúcia // Encyclopedic Reference of Cancer; 2001, p34
A definition of the term "aflatoxin B1;" is presented. It refers to a potent hepatocarcinogen produced by the mold Aspergillus flavus.
- Relationship between soil densities of Aspergillus species and colonization of wounded peanut seeds.
Horn, Bruce W. // Canadian Journal of Microbiology; Oct2006, Vol. 52 Issue 10, p951
Soil is a reservoir for Aspergillus flavus and A. parasiticus, fungi that commonly colonize peanut seeds and produce carcinogenic aflatoxins. Densities of these fungi in soil vary greatly among fields and may influence the severity of peanut infection. This study examined the relationship...
- Supplementary Information.
Horn, Bruce W. // Toxins; Nov2014, Vol. 6 Issue 11, pS1
Several tables are presented of the annotation of all-unigenes and DEGs for the Aspergillus flavus transcriptome by Kyoto Encyclopedia of Genes and Genomes (KEGG), which include fatty acid biosynthesis, methane metabolism, and DNA replication.
- Exploration of members of Aspergillus sections Nigri, Flavi, and Terrei for feruloyl esterase production.
Bouzid, Ourdia; Record, Eric; Asther, Mich�le; Haon, Mireille; Navarro, David; Asther, Marcel; Lesage-Meessen, Laurence // Canadian Journal of Microbiology; Sep2006, Vol. 52 Issue 9, p886
The ability of members of Aspergillus sections Nigri, Flavi, and Terrei to produce feruloyl esterases was studied according to their substrate specificity against synthetic methyl esters of hydroxycinnamic acids. Type A feruloyl esterases (FAEA), induced during growth on cereal-derived products,...
- Isolation and Quantification of Aflatoxin from Aspergillus Flavus Infected Rice.
Babu, G. Ravi; Prasad, M. Guru; Prasad, T. N. V. K. V. // International Journal of Pure & Applied Sciences & Technology; Jul2011, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p16
Isolation of Apergillus flavus from groundnut and production of aflatoxin on rice. a method has been developed for the production of aflatoxin by growing Aspergillus flavus strain AJ on the solid substrate rice. Optimal yields, more than 1mg of aflatoxin B1 per gram of starting material, were...
- Characterization and Primary Structure of Elastase Inhibitor, AFLEI from Aspergillus flavus.
Okumura, Yoshiyuki; Ogawa, Kenji; Uchiya, Kei-ichi; Nikai, Toshiaki // Japanese Journal of Medical Mycology; Mar2007, Vol. 48 Issue 1, p13
The amino acid sequence of elastase inhibitor, AFLEI, isolated from Aspergillus flavus was determined by the Edman sequencing procedure of peptides derived from digests utilizing clostripain. A molecular weight of 7,525.8 was observed by TOF-MS. AFLEI contained 68 amino acid residues and has a...
- Kentucky receives waiver to mix aflatoxin-contaminated corn.
Skillman, Laura // Southeast Farm Press Exclusive Insight; 10/18/2012, p3
The article examines the approval received by the University of Kentucky College of Agriculture's Division of Regulatory Services together with Kentucky Department of Agriculture, for Kentucky corn high in aflatoxin to be mixed with other corn to obtain an aflatoxin content safe for feeding to...
- North Carolina Farmers Urged To Test Corn for Aflatoxin.
Skillman, Laura // National Hog Farmer Exclusive Insight; 9/14/2011, p2
The article focuses on the call from Agriculture Commissioner Steve Troxler of North Carolina to farmers in the state on the need to test their corn for aflatoxin. According to Troxler the hot summer and heavy rains caused by Hurricane Irene increased the possibility of aflatoxin, a byproduct of...
- Don't Just Abandon Moldy-Looking Corn Fields.
Skillman, Laura // National Hog Farmer Expert Blog; 11/14/2012, p2
The article reports on the increased incidence of ear mold in late-harvested corn in 2012, following a drought that created conditions ripe for the development of Aspergillus ear rot. It discusses the susceptibility of drought-stressed corn to infection caused by Aspergillus flavus, an ear rot...
- A Review Molecular Typing Methods for Aspergillus flavus Isolates.
Hadrich, Inès; Makni, Fattouma; Neji, Sourour; Cheikhrouhou, Fatma; Sellami, Hayet; Ayadi, Ali // Mycopathologia; Aug2011, Vol. 172 Issue 2, p83
pergillus flavus is the second most important Aspergillus species causing human infections. The importance of this fungus increases in regions with a dry and hot climate. Small phylogenetic studies in Aspergillus flavus indicate that the morphological species contains several genetically...
- Combined Therapy of Voriconazole and Anidulafungin in Murine Infections by Aspergillus flavus.
Calvo, Enrique; Pastor, F.; Salas, Valentina; Mayayo, Emilio; Guarro, Josep // Mycopathologia; Apr2012, Vol. 173 Issue 4, p251
The efficacy of the combination of anidulafungin (AFG) at 1 mg/kg plus voriconazole (VRC) at 25 mg/kg was evaluated in a murine model of disseminated infection by Aspergillus flavus using three isolates previously tested in vitro. All the combinations showed indifferent in vitro interaction with...
- A Clue from Under the Eaves.
Calvo, Enrique; Pastor, F.; Salas, Valentina; Mayayo, Emilio; Guarro, Josep // Time; 5/9/1969, Vol. 93 Issue 19, p85
The article reports on the high incidence of stomach cancer in far eastern countries associated with poverty including Chile, Finland and Korea. According to doctor David J. Steel, the culprit is the mold used in the preparation of soya paste, which is a favorite Oriental delicacy. It states...
- Control of Aspergillus flavus Growth in Tomato Paste by Cinnamomum zeylanicum and Origanum vulgare L. Essential Oils.
Kalantari, F.; Barzegar, M.; Hamidi-Esfahani, Z. // World Academy of Science, Engineering & Technology; 2012, Issue 66, p64
This study was conducted to evaluate the antifungal activities of Cinnamomum zeylanicum and Origanum vulgare L. essential oil against Aspergillus flavus in culture media and tomato paste. 200 ppm of cinnamon and 500 ppm of oregano completely inhibited A. flavus growth in culture media, while in...
- Storm threat complicates peanut digging decisions.
Etheredge, Rome // Southeast Farm Press Exclusive Insight; 10/ 3/2013, p4
The article discusses the dilemma faced by peanut farmers in Georgia following a forecast on weather disturbance by University of Georgia Agricultural climatologist Pam Knox. Expected to bring 2-3 days of rain, Tropical Storm Karen's potential heavy rain will affect peanut fields leaving farmers...
- Evaluation of STAT5A Gene Expression in Aflatoxin B1 Treated Bovine Mammary Epithelial Cells.
Forouharmehr, Ali; Harkinezhad, Taher; Qasemi-Panahi, Babak // Advanced Pharmaceutical Bulletin; Jun2013, Vol. 3 Issue 2, p461
Purpose: Aflatoxin B1 (AFB1) is a potent mycotoxin which has been produced by fungi such as Aspergillus flavus and Aspergillus parasiticus as secondary metabolites due to their growth on food stuffs and induces hepatocellular carcinoma in many animal species, including humans. In the present...