By Richard Öhlinger, Andreas Adler (auth.), Antonio Logrieco, Angelo Visconti (eds.)
The transforming into curiosity in future health hazards linked to toxigenic fungi and similar mycotoxins has ended in the advance of a couple of examine tasks up to now decade in different eu nations and loads of info has been produced at the common prevalence of mycotoxins in vegetation, meals and feeds. the diversities in environmental stipulations (temperature, gentle, rainfall and so forth. ) and in uncovered cultivated vegetation (type of cereals, cultivars and so forth. ) within the unique ecu nations have considerably encouraged the distribution of particular toxigenic fungi and comparable mycotoxicological difficulties. moreover, biogeographically dependent lineages inside of a few very important toxigenic fungi were lately stumbled on, of reproductive isolation. Transglobal exhibiting a protracted evolutionary historical past transposition of plant items turns out to have considerably contributed to the spreading of toxigenic species and lineages world wide. hence, the migration of agriculturally vital toxigenic fungi generated via exchange exchanges could signify an important resource of inoculum for brand spanking new plant ailments in Europe and for a much wider genetic variety of neighborhood populations. It used to be our objective to supply the reader with an replace of researches and surveys at the common prevalence of toxigenic fungi and mycotoxins played at a ecu point over the past 5-10 years. The editors are super thankful to the EU-COST-835 "Agriculturally very important toxigenic fungi" for the monetary help that allowed a few ecu scientists to satisfy numerous instances during the last 5 years to collaborate and alternate information regarding examine advances on toxigenic fungi and mycotoxins.
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1997). This village is the hyperendemic with highest incidence of EN (Figure 5). The occurrence of OTA in human sera from the EN village was 0,2 to 4,5% of 4343 samples in a range from 2 to 50 ng/ml, and 0,4 to 2,4% of 2566 samples from nonEN contained 2-10 ng OTA/ml sera. , 1999). OTA-positive blood samples were observed in all tested Croatian cities. Mean concentrations of OTA in plasma were 0,18 ng/ml (Rijeka), 0,25 ng/ml (Split), 0,26 ng/ml (Zagreb), 0,59 ng/ml (Varazdin) and 0,68 ng/ml (Osijek).
The animals have been refusing feed, vomited and showed signs of hyperoestogenism. , 1995; Mitak & Cvetnic, 1997) reported sub-toxic concentrations of ZEN (100-250 ng/kg) in the blood samples of swine with significant reproductive disorders. Pseudoestrogenism in swine, as resulting from intoxication by ZEN in a concentration of 0,34 mg/kg was also observed. Frequent contamination of feedstuffs with lower concentrations of mycotoxins mentioned in this review could lead to the development of secondary infections, 46 MYCOTOXINS IN FOOD IN CROATIA reproductive and feeding disorders and liver and kidney damage with accumulation of mycotoxin residues in the animal body.
1. e. the winter wheat growing area. A total of 355 production fields were sampled, consisting of 67 fields in 2001, 91 fields in 2002 and 197 fields in 2003 and representing the different situations found in Belgium in terms of agricultural practices based on conventional farming systems. The mycoflora present on those samples was determined by plating 208 grains per sample onto potato dextrose agar (PDA) after surface sterilisation. Fusarium species were first identified according to the density and colour of aerial mycelium.
An Overview on Toxigenic Fungi and Mycotoxins in Europe by Richard Öhlinger, Andreas Adler (auth.), Antonio Logrieco, Angelo Visconti (eds.)