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Aflatoxins - Detection, Measurement and Control
Their spores are produced in large numbers and are spread widely by air currents. These molds grow within many commodities when temperatures are between 24-35 °C, and the moisture content exceeds 7% -10% (Kogbo et al., 1985; Williams et al., 2004) . The present chapter has the purpose of putting into perspective the worldwide relevance of the AFB1 contamination problem due to its effect on the aspects of economy and health, as well as to review the main strategies developed for coping with suchdoi:10.5772/23892 fatcat:z74fyj7clfaplhpmmiv6aubke4