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Mycologie & Sécurité des Aliments
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Evolution experimentale Fusarium graminearum

Experimental evolution on the plant pathogen fungus, Fusarium graminearum

A new research project at MycSA, funded by the the INRA departement SPE
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Conditions conductive to aflatoxin B1 contamination

The world’s ten most feared fungi

A new article published in Fungal Diversity
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Tropical Mushrooms

MycSA contributed to a new Book on Tropical Mushrooms

Updates on Tropical Mushrooms: Basic and Applied Research.
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GM-Maize contaminants

Rat feeding trials: A comprehensive assessment of contaminants in both genetically modified maize and resulting pellets

Our new article published in Food and Chemical Toxicology
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Scientific project MycSA

HISTOVAR- our new research Project

An International collaborative research project funded by ANR (France) and FWF,(Austria)
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priming maize seeds

Priming to protect maize from Fusarium verticillioides and its fumonisin accumulation.

Our new article published in Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture
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genome sequence F. tricintum

Genome Sequence of Fusarium tricinctum

From a collaboration with chinese collaegues
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An article for highlighting consequences of allowing DNA sequence data as types of fungal taxa

More than 400 mycologists, including P. Callac, reject proposals to modify the International Code of Nomenclature for algae, fungi, and plants (ICN),...
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Bashir et al 2018

New publication in Phytotaxa

First report of Agaricus sect. Brunneopicti from Pakistan with descriptions of two new species
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Phytotaxa 345

The genus Agaricus in the Caribbean. Nine new taxa mostly based on collections from the Dominican Republic.

Our new article on the genus AGARICUS published in Phytotaxa by authors from 6 countries
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