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UR 1264 - MYCSA : Mycologie et securite des aliments

MycSA

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

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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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Mycotoxin biosynthesis and central metabolism are two interlinked pathways in Fusarium graminearum, as demonstrated by the extensive metabolic changes induced by caffeic acid exposure

A new article published in Applied & Environmental Microbiology
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Characterization of GMO or glyphosate effects on the composition of maize grain and maize-based diet for rat feeding

MycSA contributed to this new article published in Metabolomics.
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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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PhD Univ Sassari

Apply for an european PhD position in Microbial and Agri-food Biotechnologies

and share your time between INRA Bordeaux (France) and University of Sassari (Sardinia, Italia)
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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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