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The Mycotoxin Blue Book

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By: Duarte E Diaz(Editor)
349 pages, no illustrations
The Mycotoxin Blue Book
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  • The Mycotoxin Blue Book ISBN: 9781899043521 Paperback Dec 2005 Out of Print #256720
  • The Mycotoxin Blue Book ISBN: 9781904761198 Hardback Dec 2005 Out of Print #151642
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About this book

Once thought to be only a problem in tropical regions, moulds and the mycotoxins they produce have a wide-ranging economic impact on animal agriculture on every continent of the globe. Mould growth robs feed nutritive value and reduces intake, which lowers efficiency. Mycotoxins, even when present at levels previously considered `trace', have negative effects on performance and health, particularly in the context of today's more highly productive modern livestock genetics. Food-borne toxins also threaten human health through contaminated cereal and protein sources and the transfer of toxins in food animal products.

The Mycotoxin Blue Book focuses on the physiological effects and field occurrence of mycotoxins. Detailed information on types of moulds and mycotoxins and the conditions under which moulds flourish is included. Implications of mycotoxin contamination of feedstuffs for all major food animal species are presented in addition to aquaculture and companion animals. Sampling and analytical issues are covered in depth; as is the topic of mycotoxins in human foods. Finally, practical means of ameliorating mycotoxin effects are addressed. It is the hope of the editor and authors that the material herein will lead to a clearer recognition of mycotoxin problems and ultimately to ways of reducing their impact on food animal production.


- Sampling feeds for mycotoxin analysis
- Mycotoxins: their effects in poultry and some practical solutions
- Effects of mycotoxins in horses
- Effects of mycotoxins on domestic pet species
- Effects of mycotoxins on antioxidant status and immunity
- Mycotoxins in aquaculture
- Principles and applications of mycotoxin analysis
- Mycotoxins in the human food chain
- Mould growth and mycotoxin production
- Current concepts in mycotoxicosis in swine
- Mycotoxins in forages
- Mycotoxin interactions
- Mycotoxins: metabolism, mechanisms and biochemical markers
- Effects of mycotoxins on ruminants
- Mycotoxin sequestering agents: practical tools for the neutralisation of mycotoxins
- Index

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Out of Print
By: Duarte E Diaz(Editor)
349 pages, no illustrations
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