mycotoxin


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my·co·tox·in

(mī'kō-tok'sinz),
Toxic compound produced by certain fungi; some are used for medicinal purposes; for example, muscarine, psilocybin.

mycotoxin

/my·co·tox·in/ (mi´ko-tok″sin) a fungal toxin.

mycotoxin

(mī′kō-tŏk′sĭn)
n.
A toxin produced by a fungus.

mycotoxin

[mī′kōtok′sins]
a poison produced by fungi that are harmful to other organisms.

my·co·tox·in

(mī'kō-tok'sin)

mycotoxin

a TOXIN produced by a FUNGUS.

my·co·tox·in

(mī'kō-tok'sin)
Toxic compound produced by certain fungi; some are used for medicinal purposes; e.g., muscarine, psilocybin.

mycotoxin

poisonous substance produced by a fungus.

mycotoxin hyperthermia
see Neotyphodium(Acremonium) coenophialum, clavicepspurpurea.
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With these two new benefits against ergot alkaloids and endotoxins, the Mycofix product line has, once again, been proven to be the best approach to counteract a great range of mycotoxins.
verticillioides is important because fumonisin mycotoxins, especially fumonisin B1, are toxic to livestock and poultry.
Unfortunately, "very few studies hove, however, established a causal relationship between mycotoxin exposure and building-related illnesses".
For fungi, mycotoxins protect their food supplies from competing microorganisms, including bacteria, and the mycotoxin penicillin has saved countless human lives.