mycotoxicosis


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mycotoxicosis

[‚mī·kō‚täk·sə′kō·səs]
(medicine)
Any of a group of diseases caused by accidental or recreational ingestion of toxic fungal metabolites, such as mushroom poisoning.
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These results clearly indicated that AFs has stressful effects on the hepatic and renal tissues, consistent with those reported in the literature of mycotoxicosis.
Mycotoxicosis in people and some animals caused by ingesting one or more of the following genera of fungi that develop on damp grain crops: Actinomyces, Alternaria, Cladosporium, Fusarium, Penicillium, Piptocephalis, Rhizopus, Thammidium, Tricoderma, Trichothecium, and Verticillium.
Outbreak of trichothecene mycotoxicosis associated with consumption of mould-damaged wheat products in Kashmir Valley, India.
Mycotoxins Testing II-87 Source of Toxins, and Prevention and Management of Mycotoxicosis II-87 Research to Control Mycotoxin Contamination of Agricultural Products II-87 B.
Influence of esterified-glucomannan on performance and organ morphology, serum biochemistry and haematology in broilers exposed to individual and combined mycotoxicosis (aflatoxin, ochratoxin and T-2 toxin) Br Poult Sci.
Livestock are also susceptible to acute and chronic mycotoxicosis and milk may be contaminated if animal feed or fodder is contaminated with mycotoxins.
The first important step in controlling the fungal and mycotoxin contamination in finished feed is to control them in the raw materials from which the feed is prepared in order to prevent the occurrence of mycotoxicosis in aquaculture, to reduce economic losses, and to minimize hazards to human health (BARBOSA et al.
Fowl mycotoxicosis is one of the most economically important problems in modern poultry industry.
2009) who reported highest incidence of mycotoxicosis during July to September and correlated it with monsoon (Hot season with heavy rain fall commences from July and remains up to September) season.
Based on extended clinical experience, morphologic observations, and biochemical findings in patients with diverse clinical disorders, I consider mold allergy, overgrowth of yeast species in the bowel, and mycotoxicosis to be the most significant threats to human health.
Influence of esterified-glucomannan on performance and organ morphology serum biochemistry and Hematology in broilers exposed to individual and combined mycotoxicosis (Aflatoxin, Ochratoxin and T-2 toxin).
Immunological activity of the blood sera from cattle with chronic mycotoxicosis.