PHYSIOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS OF MYCOTOXICOSES IN HUMANS AND LIVESTOCK By Idahor K.O., NASARAWA STATE UNIVERSITY, Nasarawa State
Country Assessment for Aflatoxin Contamination and Control in Nigeria
Aflatoxin Contamination in Foods and Feeds: A Special Focus on Africa
Sustainable strategies for mycotoxin control in agricultural products by Dr. Yaya Olaniran
The Executive Director, Nigerian Institute for Oceanography and Marine Research Dr Olajide Ayinda has appealed to regulatory agencies to ensure food safety standards to prevent objection of the nation’s exports in international markets.
Sorghum is a genus of about twenty eight species of grasses but only one species namely Sorghum bicolor is cultivated for food and feeds. Archaeological data and historical records are definite that Sorghum bicolor which is mainly grown for its edible grain originated from Africa, around Sudan, Ethiopia, Chad and Cameroon. While the earliest archaeo-botanical …
Mycotoxin and Food Safety in Developing Countries http://dx.doi.org/10.5772/3414 Edited by Hussaini Anthony Makun Contributors Olusegun Atanda, Hussaini Anthony Makun, Isaac M. Ogara, Mojisola Edema, Kingsley O. Idahor, Margaret E. Eshiett, Bosede F. Oluwabamiwo, Mwanza Mulunda, Lubanza Ngoma, Mathew Nyirenda, Lebohang Motsei, Frank Bakunzi, Hossam El-Din M. Omar, Adeniran Lateef Ariyo, Ajagbonna Olatunde Peter, Sani Nuhu …
MYCOTOXINS: ARE WE NEGLECTING THEM! G.O. ADEGOKE, Ph.D. DEPARTMENT OF FOOD TECHNOLOGY, UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN. Address delivered at the first symposium on Mycotoxins, Babcock University, Ilishan-Remo,Ogun State 19th January, 2006