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fla·vus

(flā'vŭs),
Latin for yellow.
[L.]
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[22.] Brown RL, Cotty PJ and TE Cleveland Reduction in Aflatoxin Content of Maize by Atoxigenic Strains of Aspergillus flavus. J.
Finally, he obtained permission to include extracts from the Liber Flavus. Passages from different versions of stories are juxtaposed for easy comparison.
Excluding Potos flavus (kinkajou) and the unidentified rodent, all species were diurnal, although the highland guan was also active during sunrise (0500-0600h) and sunset (1800-1900h) hours (with eight independent events recorded for this species during sunrise and 25 during sunset).
Los porcentajes de las especies fungicas frecuentemente aisladas correspondieron a: Aspergillus flavus (24,29%), Penicillium citrinum (17,14%), Fusarium poae (12,85%), y Cladosporium herbarum (11,43%), se identificaron en total 12 especies de mohos.
Aflatoxin is produced by toxic strains of the fungus Aspergillus flavus. In the United States, chronic crop losses due to aflatoxin contamination are estimated to cost more than $100 million annually.
Aflatoxins are only produced by some strains of Aspergillus flavus and Aspergillus parasiticus moulds if they encounter appropriate environments.
Os fungos Alternaria alternata, Aspergillus flavus, Aspergillus niger, Bipolares, Botrytis ricini, Curvularia sp.
They knew full well that Aspergillus flavus, the powdery fuzz that taints peanuts with carcinogenic aflatoxin, is the exact same species as Petromyces flavus.
"Aflatoxin (Aspergillus Flavus) is also known as anti-nutritional or anti-nutrient toxin.