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23, 361-365. Crowther, P. C. (1968). A metabolite of Macrophomina phaseoli (Maubl) Ashby: with TLC behaviour similar to that of aflatoxin B. The Analyst 93, 623. Cucullu, A. , Lee, L. , Mayne, R. , and Goldblatt, L. A. (1966). Determinations of aflatoxins in individual peanuts and peanut sections. / . Am. Oil Chemists' Soc. 43, 89-92. Davis, N . , and Diener, U. L. (1967). -aminobenzoic acid, potassium sulfite, and potassium fluoride. Appl. Microbiol.

Diener and Davis (1967) found that immature kernels had about the same limiting temperature and relative humidity for aflatoxin production as sound mature kernels. Thus, decreased physiological activity associated with maturity or from low moisture in the soil environment appears to favor invasion of kernels and pods by A. flavus and the production of aflatoxin in the kernel of such peanuts. F. Damage The thesis that kernels of unblemished, intact, immature, and mature pods are rarely invaded by A.

And Mazzuca, E. (1967). Separation of aflatoxin on selectively deactivated silicic acid. Contrib. Boyce Thompson Inst. 23, 361-365. Crowther, P. C. (1968). A metabolite of Macrophomina phaseoli (Maubl) Ashby: with TLC behaviour similar to that of aflatoxin B. The Analyst 93, 623. Cucullu, A. , Lee, L. , Mayne, R. , and Goldblatt, L. A. (1966). Determinations of aflatoxins in individual peanuts and peanut sections. / . Am. Oil Chemists' Soc. 43, 89-92. Davis, N . , and Diener, U. L. (1967). -aminobenzoic acid, potassium sulfite, and potassium fluoride.

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