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graminearum species complex. Eur. J. Plant Pathol. (in press) Tóth, B., Mesterházy, Á., Nicholson, P., Téren J., Varga, J. 2004. Mycotoxin production and molecular variability of European and American Fusarium

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Alma, A., Lessio, F., Reyneri, A., Blandino, M. 2005. Relationships between Ostrinia nubilalis Hübner (Lepidoptera Crambidae), crop technique and mycotoxin contamination of corn kernel in Northwestern Italy

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., Kleijer, G., Mascher, F. 2008. Characterisation of kernel resistance against Fusarium infection in spring wheat by baking quality and mycotoxin assessments. Eur. J. Plant Pathol. 120 :61–68. Mascher F

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Acta Agronomica Hungarica
Authors:
B. Tóth
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O. Török
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É. Kótai
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M. Varga
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É. Toldiné Tóth
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X. Pálfi
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E. Háfra
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J. Varga
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J. Téren
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Á. Mesterházy

Borbély, M., Sipos, P., Pelles, F., Győri, Z. (2010): Mycotoxin contamination in cereals. J. Agronom. Proc. Techn. , 16 , 96–98. Győri Z. Mycotoxin contamination in cereals

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mycotoxins in French naturally infected cereal grains. Crop Prot. 24 :894–902. Faure A. The effects of fungicides on Fusarium spp. and Microdochium nivale and their associated

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Cereal Research Communications
Authors:
Norbert Schlang
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Ulrike Steiner
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Heinz-Wilhelm Dehne
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Jiro Murakami
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Etienne Duveiller
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Erich-Christian Oerke

2004 53 446 453 Desjardins, A.E. 2006. Fusarium Mycotoxins: Chemistry, Genetics and Biology. APS Press, Saint Paul

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Cereal Research Communications
Authors:
P. Matušinsky
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M. Váňová
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L. Tvarůžek
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I. Polišenská
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M. Janeček
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V. Smutný

. Champeil , A. , Doré , T. , Fourbet , J.F. 2004 a: Fusarium head blight: epidemiological origin of the effects of cultural practices on head blight attack and the production of mycotoxins by Fusarium in wheat grains . Plant Sci. 166

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development. Diseased grains are shrivelled, discoloured, and lightweight ( Goswami and Kistler, 2004 ). Under favourable conditions, Fusarium species can produce mycotoxins, mainly deoxynivalenol (DON), zearalenone (ZEA), and fumonisins (FUM

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Introduction In recent years, cereals (wheat, barley, maize) have most commonly been contaminated with moulds of the genus Fusarium , producing an extremely important group of mycotoxins called trichothecenes. The trichothecenes are divided into

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2703 2707 Bennett, J. W., Klich, M. (2003) Mycotoxins. Clin. Microbiol. Rev. 16 , 497–516. Klich M

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