A forecasting model for aflatoxins contamination in maize: case study in Serbia

N. Liu, C. Liu, F. Bagi, Michael Sulyok, Tatjana Dudas, Zagorka Savic, Aleksandra Stankov, Marta Loc, H.J. van der Fels

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Abstract

Maize is one of the major crops produced in Serbia. The produced maize is mainly used as ingredient for compound feed for animals, but also for human consumption
and starch production. The presence
of aflatoxins, produced by Aspergillus
flavus, in maize grain is an increasing
problem since this secondary
metabolite is very toxic to human
and animal health.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 14 Oct 2019
EventWMF meets IUPAC 2019 - Belfast, Ireland
Duration: 14 Oct 201916 Oct 2019
https://www.worldmycotoxinforum.org/

Conference

ConferenceWMF meets IUPAC 2019
CountryIreland
CityBelfast
Period14/10/1916/10/19
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Liu, N., Liu, C., Bagi, F., Sulyok, M., Dudas, T., Savic, Z., ... van der Fels, H. J. (2019). A forecasting model for aflatoxins contamination in maize: case study in Serbia. Poster session presented at WMF meets IUPAC 2019, Belfast, Ireland.
Liu, N. ; Liu, C. ; Bagi, F. ; Sulyok, Michael ; Dudas, Tatjana ; Savic, Zagorka ; Stankov, Aleksandra ; Loc, Marta ; van der Fels, H.J. / A forecasting model for aflatoxins contamination in maize: case study in Serbia. Poster session presented at WMF meets IUPAC 2019, Belfast, Ireland.
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A forecasting model for aflatoxins contamination in maize: case study in Serbia. / Liu, N.; Liu, C.; Bagi, F.; Sulyok, Michael; Dudas, Tatjana; Savic, Zagorka; Stankov, Aleksandra; Loc, Marta; van der Fels, H.J.

2019. Poster session presented at WMF meets IUPAC 2019, Belfast, Ireland.

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