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- Leandro, L.F., et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Crop protection 2015 v.73 pp. 60-66
- Fusarium; Glycine max; abortion (plants); crop rotation; death; defoliation; developmental stages; flowers; fungal diseases of plants; genetic engineering; seed treatment; soil types; soybeans; tillage; Arkansas; South America
- ... Fusarium virguliforme causes soybean sudden death syndrome (SDS) in the United States. The disease was first observed in Arkansas in 1971, and since has been reported in most soybean-producing states, with a general movement from the southern to the northern states. In addition to F. virguliforme, three other species, Fusarium brasiliense, Fusarium crassistipitatum, and Fusarium tucumaniae, have b ...
- Leandro, L.F., et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Journal of stored products research 2013 v.55 pp. 84-89
- Aspergillus; Cladosporium; Curvularia; Fusarium; Mucor; Penicillium; Rhizopus; air; corn; fungi; ozonation; ozone; seeds; stored products; water content
- ... This study evaluated the effectiveness of ozone to reduce the presence of fungi in stored high-moisture maize. Maize at moisture contents of 18, 22 and 26% (wet basis) were treated with air having ozone concentrations of 0, 50, 500, 1000 and 15,000 ppm for 1 h at a flow rate of 0.5 L min−1. After treatment, maize samples were surface disinfected and fungal species – Aspergillus, Cladosporium, Curv ...