Assessing the mycotoxigenic threat of necrotrophic pathogens of wheat
Pathogenic fungi are the causal agents of many significant plant diseases around the world. These diseases often result in significant yield reductions, leading to lower food production rates and economic losses. Several of these pathogenic fungi also produce mycotoxins during infection, which are harmful to human and animal health. Whilst some of these toxins and the fungi that produce them have been studied intensively, the mycotoxigenic potential of many of these pathogens remains largely...[Show more]
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