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Occurrence of potentially toxigenic Fusarium verticillioides and low fumonisin B1 content on barley grain in Bosnia and Herzegovina
Journal of Applied Botany and Food Quality
A study was conducted to determine the mycobiota, the presence of potential fumonisin producers, and eventual fumonisin B1 contamination on four barley grain samples from Bosnia and Herzegovina. Alternaria spp. were the dominant fungi, detected on 82 %, 77 %, 78 % and 82 % of kernels in different samples. Fusarium spp. was found in all samples, on 26 %, 40 %, 49 % and 60 % of kernels. Among Fusarium spp., F. verticillioides was the most frequent in three samples (40 %, 49 % and 60 %), while F.doaj:e451ffa89c364de9a8d9b4c0b9e0fd50 fatcat:q6s5e6nyxbbitn647it5feyfcm