by D. Barug et al
Meeting the Mycotoxin Menace focuses on the various aspects related to the presence, prevention, control, sampling and analysis of mycotoxins in agricultural commodities, foods and feeds.
In Meeting the Mycotoxin Menace special attention is given to new developments in this field.
- Mycotoxins: Current issues in U.S.A.
- Mycotoxins: Current issues in South America
- Current mycotoxin issues in Australia and Southeast Asia
- Mycotoxins worldwide: Current issues in Africa
- Plant breeding as a tool for reducing mycotoxins in cereals
- Control of Fusarium and Aspergillus species and associated mycotoxins on wheat and maize
- Making wine safer: the case of ochratoxin A
- Biocontrol of aflatoxins in peanuts
- The implementation of EU controls on imported food
- The fate of mycotoxins during cereal processing
- Peanuts, aflatoxin, and the U.S. origin certification program
- Mycotoxins in spices: red pepper
- Sampling and sample preparation of pistachios
- Development of certified reference materials for mycotoxins
- Multi-mycotoxin determination methodology
- Moulds and mycotoxins in silage
- Mycotoxins in the animal production chain
- The use of a dynamic in vitro model of the gastrointestinal tract (TIM) in studying mycotoxin adsorbents
- Mycotoxin research: progress and future prospects