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  • noun Plural form of mycotoxin.

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Examples

  • I have seen many patients whose brains malfunction from mold toxins known as mycotoxins, common in homes and office buildings.

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  • Molds that grow on food sometimes produce toxic substances called mycotoxins.

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  • Molds that grow on food sometimes produce toxic substances called mycotoxins.

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  • Molds that grow on food sometimes produce toxic substances called mycotoxins.

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  • And nasty things aside from crop loss and bug obesity occur when insects crunch on corn, including allowing poisonous molds called mycotoxins to enter the grain.

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  • Molds that grow on food sometimes produce toxic substances called mycotoxins.

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  • Fungi do not only cause direct losses but also can threaten the health of both man and animals by producing poisons, so called mycotoxins, which are contaminating food and feed.

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  • This also applies to the emission of highly toxic metabolic products, known as mycotoxins, which can be observed in connection with fungus infestation (see section 6.2).

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  • And it is unknown whether the fungi could morph into chemical compounds known as mycotoxins, which are harmful to people, Charudattan said.

    Reuters: Press Release

  • And it is unknown whether the fungi could morph into chemical compounds known as mycotoxins, which are harmful to people, Charudattan said.

    Reuters: Press Release

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