1 - Overview
2 - Biological Control of Aflatoxin
3 - Fungal Invasion of Peanuts
4 - Fungal Population Biology
Single peanut field in Georgia: Population structure is complex and aflatoxin production by fungi is extremely variable.
Transect through the southern United States: Peanut-growing regions having severe aflatoxin outbreaks are dominated by toxigenic strains of Aspergillus flavus.
Worldwide populations where peanuts are grown: On-going study in collaboration with North Carolina State University shows large differences in population structure and genetic composition.
For more information contact Bruce Horn.
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