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Synonyms for fungal

of or relating to fungi


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Aflatoxins are a family of fungal toxins that are classified as Group I carcinogens by the International Agency for Research on Cancer.
You can't show any evidence that those tiny levels of pesticides cause sickness, but fungal toxins in bacteria do.
Cereals and peanuts were most likely to be contaminated by the fungal toxins, especially in humid conditions where storage facilities were poor.
4 Plant and Fungal Toxins as Contaminants of Feed and Meat.
Wheat gluten alone wouldn't cause kidney failure but it could if it were contaminated by other substances, such as heavy metals or fungal toxins.
Our scientists also want to assist in reducing the burden on farmers whose crops must be rejected--or considerably downgraded in value--when round tainted with even a small amount of fungal toxins.
The mice that inhaled the fungal toxins also developed inflammation of the nasal passages and rhinitis ("runny nose" symptoms), as well as milder inflammation of the olfactory bulbs.
However, elsewhere in the world, particularly in less-developed countries, people are poisoned every day by fungal toxins that contaminate grain.
I wish I could tell you it's simple to clear your body of the fungal toxins that are causing your illness.
African peanut farmers can slash their exposure to a class of harmful fungal toxins by adopting several simple measures after the harvest, researchers have shown.
Unless cleaned with a HEPA vacuum, carpets become a sink for mold, dust mites and animal allergens, as well as bacterial and fungal toxins and fine particles from traffic.
But there is some evidence that they can pose particular health risks through fungal toxins and bacteria such as E-Coli.
In order to examine whether there was a scientific basis for the concern about "toxic" mold, NIOSH exhaustively searched the available medical and scientific literature and reviewed all research reports associating health effects with exposures to fungal toxins in the indoor (nonindustrial) environment.
Although Mucor species, in general, rarely have been shown to produce known toxins, the list of fungal toxins is far from complete, and production of mycotoxins is variable and dependent on many factors (Lacey, 1986).
The worldwide demand for bananas is increasing and banana for export must be free from exotic diseases, fungal toxins and chemical residues.