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  • Heteromorphic seeds of wheat wild relatives show germination niche differentiation. [Journal Article]
    Plant Biol (Stuttg) 2019Gianella M, Balestrazzi A, … Guzzon F
  • 1) Crop wild relatives are fundamental genetic resources for crop improvement. Wheat wild relatives often produce heteromorphic seeds that differ in morphological and physiological traits. Several Aegilops and Triticum species possess, within the same spikelet, a dimorphic seed pair, with one seed being larger than the other one. A comprehensive analysis is needed to understand which traits are i…
  • Degradation of Fenoxaprop-p-Ethyl and Its Metabolite in Soil and Wheat Crops. [Journal Article]
    J Food Prot 2019; :1959-1964Tandon S
  • The dissipation kinetics of fenoxaprop-p-ethyl and its metabolite (fenoxaprop acid) at two application rates under wheat field conditions for two seasons was investigated. Herbicides were extracted by solid liquid extraction, cleaned up, and analyzed by a liquid chromatography-UV detector. Dissipation followed first-order kinetics; in soil, fenoxaprop-p-ethyl dissipated rapidly with an average ha…
  • Aflatoxins in Food and Feed: An Overview on Prevalence, Detection and Control Strategies. [Review]
    Front Microbiol 2019; 10:2266Mahato DK, Lee KE, … Kang SG
  • Aflatoxins produced by the Aspergillus species are highly toxic, carcinogenic, and cause severe contamination to food sources, leading to serious health consequences. Contaminations by aflatoxins have been reported in food and feed, such as groundnuts, millet, sesame seeds, maize, wheat, rice, fig, spices and cocoa due to fungal infection during pre- and post-harvest conditions. Besides these foo…
  • Ozone Effectiveness on Wheat Weevil Suppression: Preliminary Research. [Journal Article]
    Insects 2019; 10(10)Lemic D, Jembrek D, … Pajač Živković I
  • Insect infestations within stored product facilities are a major concern to livestock and human food industries. Insect infestations in storage systems can result in economic losses of up to 20%. Furthermore, the presence of insects and their waste and remains in grain and stored foods may pose a health risk to humans and livestock. At present, pests in commercial storage are managed by a combina…
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