Fusarium proliferatum and fumonisin B1 co-occur with Fusarium species causing Fusarium Head Blight in durum wheat in Italy

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Barbara Amato; Katharina Pfohl; Stefano Tonti; Paola Nipoti; Raana Dastjerdi; Annamaria Pisi; Petr Karlovsky; Antonio Prodi;
  • Publisher: Section Applied Botany of the German Botanical Society, German Society for Quality Research on Plant Foods (DGQ)
  • Journal: issn: 1613-9216, eissn: 1439-040X
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  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.5073/JABFQ.2015.088.033
  • Subject: toxicology | Plant culture | biomass | pathology | Fusarium head blight (FHB) | Botany | fumonisins in wheat | SB1-1110 | fungus | toxin | colonization | Fusarium proliferatum; durum wheat; Italy | pathogen | spatiotemporal analysis | QK1-989 | wheat | Fusarium proliferatum | fungal disease | climate change

Fusarium Head Blight caused by phytopathogenic Fusarium spp. with Fusarium graminearum as main causal agent is a major disease of durum wheat (Triticum durum Desf.). Mycotoxins in wheat are dominated by trichothecenes B. Fumonisins have only occasionally been reported f... View more