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- Cendoya, Eugenia; Chiotta, María Laura; Zachetti, Vanessa; Chulze, Sofía Noemí; Ramirez, María Laura
- Journal of cereal science 2018 v.80 pp. 158-166
- staple foods, etc ; Fusarium proliferatum; barley; corn; ecophysiology; fumonisins; humans; millets; oats; rice; risk; rye; wheat; Show all 13 Subjects
- ... Cereals, including wheat, rice, barley, maize, rye, oats and millet, make up the majority of the production of the crop sector, being the most important food sources for human consumption. Cereals are commonly colonized by Fusarium species and often contaminated with mycotoxins that have a major impact on health, welfare and productivity. Among the mycotoxins produced by Fusarium species, fumonisi ...
- Smiley, Richard W.; Dababat, Abdelfattah A.; Iqbal, Sadia; Jones, Michael G. K.; Maafi, Zahra Tanha; Peng, Deliang; Subbotin, Sergei A.; Waeyenberge, Lieven
- Plant disease 2017 v.101 no.10 pp. 1692-1720
- staple foods, etc ; Heterodera; barley; beverages; carbohydrates; climate; crop production; crops; cultivars; cyst nematodes; developed countries; developing countries; energy; farming systems; feeds; humans; insect pests; leaves; livestock; mature plants; meat; minerals; nutrition; oats; people; population growth; proteins; rice; roots; rye; tillers; triticale; vitamins; weeds; wheat; Show all 35 Subjects
- ... Small grain cereals have served as the basis for staple foods, beverages, and animal feed for thousands of years. Wheat, barley, oats, rye, triticale, rice, and others are rich in calories, proteins, carbohydrates, vitamins, and minerals. These cereals supply 20% of the calories consumed by people worldwide and are therefore a primary source of energy for humans and play a vital role in global foo ...