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Mycotoxins, Wood Decay, Plant Stress, Biocorrosion, and General Biodeterioration

  • Gerald C. Llewellyn
  • William V. Dashek
  • Charles E. O’Rear

Part of the Biodeterioration Research book series (BIOR, volume 4)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xviii
  2. Mycotoxins and Molds as Biodeteriogens

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-5
    2. Citrinin: A Mycotoxin of Interest

      1. Robert C. Braunberg
        Pages 11-25
      2. Bonnie B. Dunn, Leonard Friedman
        Pages 27-40
      3. Christine Hanika, William W. Carlton
        Pages 41-63
      4. David M. Wilson
        Pages 65-73
    3. Mycotoxicoses: Fungal Pathology, Toxicology and Ecology

      1. John M. Cullen, Winston M. Hagler Jr.
        Pages 79-83
      2. Cecile E. F. Le Grenade, George A. Bean
        Pages 105-113
      3. Richard A. Meronuck, Steven P. Swanson
        Pages 115-119
      4. Steven P. Washburn, Lon W. Whitlow, Winston M. Hagler Jr.
        Pages 121-130
      5. Lon W. Whitlow, Ray L. Nebel, Winston M. Hagler Jr.
        Pages 131-139
      6. Gerald C. Llewellyn, Betty A. Floyd, Robert L. Knight, William V. Dashek
        Pages 141-150
      7. James J. Deploey, Charles E. O’Rear, Gerald C. Llewellyn
        Pages 151-159
      8. H. E. Duncan, A. R. Ayers, G. A. Payne, W. M. Hagler Jr.
        Pages 161-175
      9. Antonio Logrieco, Giuseppina Mule, Antonio Bottalico, Stephen W. Peterson, Antonio Evidente
        Pages 177-188
      10. Uford A. Madden, Henry M. Stahr
        Pages 189-196
      11. Emmanuel Mba, Stephanie Harrison, Sumana Banerjee, John E. Mayfield
        Pages 197-205
  3. Processes of Wood Decay and Deterioration

  4. Biodeteriogens and Plant Stress Injury

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 375-377
    2. Eunice T. Dlamini, Arthur L. Williams, William V. Dashek, Wayne T. Swank, James M. Vose
      Pages 379-390
    3. Roslyn A. March, David L. Bramlett, John E. Mayfield, William V. Dashek
      Pages 391-401
    4. Victor M. Ibeanusi, Errol Archibold
      Pages 403-407
  5. Parasites as Biodeteriogens and Health-Related Issues

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 409-412
    2. Babatunde O. Amole, Olusegun A. Fadiran, Emmanuel I. Ofoezie, Titus A. Ogunniyi, Betty R. Jones
      Pages 413-420
    3. Babatunde O. Amole, Mohamed K. Jinadu, Betty R. Jones
      Pages 421-427
    4. Babatunde O. Amole, Kashope D. Thomas, Betty R. Jones, Charles A. Nelson
      Pages 429-436
    5. B. J. Bell, L. A. Brako, B. R. Jones, W. V. Dashek
      Pages 437-453
    6. Titus A. B. Ogunniyi, Teniola A. Adewunmi, Babatunde O. Amole, Betty R. Jones
      Pages 455-459
  6. General Biotoxins, Biodegradation and Biodeterioration

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 461-464
    2. Julie B. Kempton, Douglas Degaetano, James E. Starrs, Walter F. Rowe
      Pages 465-478
    3. Charles E. O’Rear, Gerald C. Llewellyn
      Pages 493-497
    4. D. A. Moreno, J. R. Ibars, C. Ranninger, M. F. L. De Mele, H. A. Videla
      Pages 527-552
    5. S. C. Dexter, H-J. Zhang, P. Chandrasekaran
      Pages 553-571

About this book

Introduction

This volume, unlike the three preceding it, represents the collected papers from an experiment with an "electronic symposium". Co-participators in this symposium included The George Washington University, The Smithsonian Institution, Clark Atlanta University, the Agriculture Research Service of the United States Department of Agriculture, The University of Georgia, Morris Brown College, Spellman College, Morehouse College, North Carolina State University at Raleigh, The United States Food and Drug Administration, and the Forest Service of the United States Department of Agriculture among others. This unusual "electronic symposium" concept was developed by members of the Program, Planning and Organizing Committee as an alternative to the more costly convention-type symposium. As before, leading scientists in specific topic areas were invited to participate. Topic Session chairpersons were encouraged to arrange their own method of communication by telephone, electronic mail, or conference call, and report their findings back to the symposium center at The George Washington University. Additional papers were accepted from individuals and laboratories who are actively involved in relevant areas of research and study. Participation was also arranged for internationally established scientists. International authors are represented herein from Nigeria, Italy, Spain, Brazil and Argentina. Our goal was to present a research composite volume that reflected current developments, informed reviews, new and recently developing areas of the present state of knowledge as it relates to these proceeding topics. All of the reports included in this volume have undergone scientific, technical and editorial peer review.

Keywords

Seen agriculture bacteria biodegradation chemistry corrosion development ecosystem energy fungi health heavy metal service soil toxicology

Editors and affiliations

  • Gerald C. Llewellyn
    • 1
  • William V. Dashek
    • 2
  • Charles E. O’Rear
    • 1
  1. 1.The George Washington UniversityUSA
  2. 2.Clark Atlanta UniversityAtlantaUSA

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