Published December 1989
by Cambrian Printers .
Written in English
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Choose a colour. The role of Aspergillus spp. in biodeterioration and spoilage of stored materials (especially foodstuffs) is discussed. Many produce mycotoxins, others are used in the commercial preparation of oriental foods, vitamins, enzymes, antibiotics and Cited by: Aspergillus quercinus var. petrakii (Vörös-Felkai) Kozak., Mycological Papers () [MB#] Aspergillus reptans var. glaucoaffinis (Samson & W. Gams) Kozak., Mycological . Abstract. Members of the genus Aspergillus and its close relative Penicillium, are the dominant fungal contaminants of stored products, foods and genera produce harmful mycotoxins and therefore, correct identification at the species level is of paramount by: 6. Samson, R.A., and Pitt, J.I. Advances in Penicillium and Aspergillus Systematics (New York: Plenum) Klich, M.A., and Pitt, J.I. A Laboratory Guide to Common Aspergillus Species and Their Teleomorphs (North Ryde, Australia: Division of Food Processing). Kozakiewicz, A. Aspergillus Species on Stored Products (Wallingford: CAB International).
Aspergillus species on stored products. Mycological Papers Kusters-van Someren MA, Samson RA, Visser J (). The use of RFLP analysis in classification of the black aspergilli. Reinterpretation of Aspergillus niger aggregate. Current Genetics Lee YH, Tominaga M, Hayashi R, Sakamoto K, Yamada O, Akita O ().Cited by: Aspergillus species in stored products. Mycological Papers Kwon-Chung KJ, Kim SJ (). A second heterothallic Aspergillus. Mycologia Lass-Florl C, Rath P, Niederwieser D, Kofler G, Wurzner R, Krezy A, Dierich MP ().Cited by: Abstract. Members of the genus Aspergillus occur in a wide variety of habitats. Some are common as saprophytes in soil, while others are on stored food and feed products and in decaying vegetation (Domsch et al., ).They are particularly abundant in tropical and Cited by: Although the diversity of genus Aspergillus species is well known in osmophilic substrates, house dust, indoor air, or stored products, in the clinical setting it is poorly documented. As previously noted, the taxonomy and nomenclature of the species of section Aspergillus Cited by: 6.
Many Aspergillus species also produce sclerotia, which are macroscopic, hard, dense masses of hyphae that appear as small, dark-colored masses in the mycelia. Aspergillus species often occur in grains, nuts, oil seeds, and on certain types of dry cured meat. Original paper. Current name (anamorph) Aspergillus sp. HT Metabolites of Aspergillus sp. HT- 2. Zhang, Limin; Li, Zhanlin; Bai, Jiao; Wu, Xin; Wang, Yu; Hua, Huiming. Zhongguo Yaoxue Zazhi (Beijing, China) (), 46 (15), The Journal of Stored Products Research provides an international medium for the publication of both reviews and original results from laboratory and field studies on the preservation and safety of stored products, notably food stocks, covering storage-related problems from the producer through the supply chain to the consumer. Stored products are characterised by having relatively low. question ‘what is a species in Aspergillus An exhaustive study of the secondary metabolism can also be useful to investigate novel beneficial products. being associated with stored foods.