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Progress in Agricultural Engineering Sciences
Authors: V. Parrag, Z. Gillay, Z. Kovács, A. Zitek, K. Böhm, B. Hinterstoisser, R. Krska, M. Sulyok, J. Felföldi, F. Firtha, and L. Baranyai

, zearalenone, Type A and B trichothecenes like deoxynivalenol ( Prieto-Simón et al., 2007 ). Fusarium species are prevalent pathogens of maize, capable of producing several hundred compounds that have been described as toxic or potentially toxic secondary

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