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UR 1264 - MYCSA : Mycologie et securite des aliments

MycSA

Mycologie & Sécurité des Aliments
INRA Bordeaux-Aquitaine
BP 81
33883 Villenave d'Ornon Cedex

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New Agaricus

A phylogenetic and morphological overview of sections Bohusia, Sanguinolenti, and allied sections within Agaricus subg. Pseudochitonia with three new species from France, Iran, and Portugal

A new paper published in Fungal Biology
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JPP 93

Algerian durum wheat breeding lines resistant to FHB and mycotoxin accumulation

our new article in Journal of Plant Pathology (2017), 99 (3), 671-680
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Seminar Antonio DI PIETRO

MycSA and FR BIE invit Professor Antonio DI PIETRO, Molecular Genetics of Fungal Pathogenicity, University of Cordoba, Spain
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Aarfadj

Essential oils from Rhanterium adpressum, endemic in Algeria and Morocco, rich in oxygenated monoterpenes, for controlling Fusarium spp. and production of TCTB

A new article from a collaboration with i Amar TELIDJI University, Algeria
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A. subrufescens in Iran

Medicinal mushroom Agaricus subrufescens from Iran shares genetic markers with specimens from China and Thailand

New paper published in Botany
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mini-silos, Maïs grain humide

Yeast and bacteria from ensiled high moisture maize grains as potential mitigation agents of fumonisin B

Our new article published in Journal of Science of Food and Agriculture
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Cendoya et al.

Our new article in International Journal of Food Microbiology

Abiotic conditions leading to FUM gene expression and fumonisin accumulation by Fusarium proliferatum strains grown on a wheat-based substrate.
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MycSA

PhD position offered, october 2017

PhD position at MycSA: ‘To decipher the modulation of the biosynthesis of enniatines by Fusarium spp. under the effect of abiotic stresses.’
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Agaricus luteofibrillosus

Our new article on Agaricus phylogenetics

Section Minores
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genetic diversity F graminearum

our new article

Landscape of genomic diversity and host adaptation in Fusarium graminearum
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