Deoxynivalenol in an experimental fusarium graminearum infection of wheat
White winter wheat was infected with Fusarium graminearum and the concentrations of deoxynivalenol and ergosterol were measured. Deoxynivalenol and ergosterol concentrations in the spikes peaked (9.5 and 47 ppm, respectively) 6 weeks afterinoculation and declined (by 73 and 16%, respectively) thereafter. The significance of this decline is discussed.
|Journal||Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology|
Miller, JD, & Christopher Young, J. (1985). Deoxynivalenol in an experimental fusarium graminearum infection of wheat. Canadian Journal of Plant Pathology, 7(2), 132–134. doi:10.1080/07060668509501488