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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

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Robert A Norton

(This person is no longer with ARS)
Publications (Clicking on the reprint icon Reprint Icon will take you to the publication reprint.)
Enrichment of Protein, Starch, Fat and Sterol Ferulates from Corn Fiber by Fine Grinding and Air Classification - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (04-Jan-01)
Effect of Alpha-Carotene Volatile Degradation Products, D-Talose and Glycerol on Aflatoxin B1 Production by a Flavus - (Abstract Only) - (27-Oct-00)
Transcriptional and Proteomic Study of Maize (Tex6 & B73) Kernel Specific Responses Induced by Aspergillus Flavus Milk Stage Infection - (Abstract Only) - (16-Aug-00)
Isoform Patterns of Chitinase and Beta-1,3-Glucanase in Maturing Corn Kernels (Zea Mays L.) Associated with Aspergillus Flavus Milk Stage Infection - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (11-Nov-99)
Transmission of Aflatoxin B1 Inhibition in Mycelia of A. Flavus and Other Inhibitor Studies - (Proceedings) - (22-Oct-99)
Isoform Patterns of Chitinase and Beta-1,3-Glucanase in Maturing Corn Kernels (Zea Mays L.) Associated with Aspergillus Flavus Infection - (Abstract Only) - (12-Aug-99)
Biotransformation of 24-Alpha-Methylcholesterol and 24-Beta Methylcholesterol by Yeast Mutant Gl7 - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (29-Apr-99)
Inhibition of Aflatoxin B1 Biosynthesisin Aspergillus Flavus by Anthocyanidins and Related Flavonoids - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (19-Jan-99)
Inhibition of Aflatoxin B1 Production in Aspergillus Flavus Nrrl 3357 by Sugars, Carotenoids and Related Compounds - (Abstract Only) - (27-Oct-98)
Sterol Composition and Biosynthesis in Hairy Root Cultures of Cassia Obtusifolia - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (24-Jun-98)
Cholesterol-Lowering Oil from Corn - (Abstract Only) - (29-May-98)
Interaction Between Sugars and Triglycerides in Biosynthesis of Aflatoxin B1 by Aspergillus Flavus - (Abstract Only) - (13-May-98)
B-Carotene Inhibition of Aflatoxin Biosynthesis among Aspergillus Flavus Genotypes from Illinois Corn - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (31-Mar-98)
Sterol Utilization and Metabolism by Heliothis Zea - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (21-Aug-97)
Characteristics of Aspergillus Flavus Grown on Glass Fiber Discs - (Abstract Only) - (30-Jul-97)
Effect of Carotenoids on Aflatoxin B1 Synthesis by Aspergillus Flavus - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (20-May-97)
Hplc Analysis of Steryl Esters of Cinnamic Acid Derivatives - (Abstract Only) - (14-May-97)
Structure/activity Studies of Some Inhibitiors of A. Flavus Aflatoxin B1 Synthesis Which Occur in Corn Kernels - (Abstract Only) - (29-Oct-96)
Ipm of Aflatoxin in the Cornbelt - Insect Oriented - Fy 1996 Results - (Abstract Only) - (29-Oct-96)
Beta-Carotene and Other Corn Components Suppress Aflatoxin - (Abstract Only) - (31-May-96)
Effect of Steryl Cinnamic Acid Derivatives from Corn Bran on Aspergillus Flavus, Corn Earworm Larvae and Driedfruit Beetle Larvae - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (30-May-96)
Biotransformation of Saturated Monohydroxyl Fatty Acids to 2-Tetrahydro Furanyl Acetic Acid Derivatives: Mechanism of Formations and the Biologicalactivity of 5-N-Hexyl-Tetrahydrofuran-2-Acetic Acid - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (25-May-96)
Isolation of 4-Acetyl-Benzoxazolin-2-One (4-Aboa) and Diferuloylputrescine from An Extract of Gibberella Ear Rot-Resistant Corn That Blocks Mycotoxin Biosynthesis, and the Insect Toxicity of 4-Aboa and Related Compounds - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (23-Apr-96)
Aspergillus Flavus Grown on Glass Fiber Filters Is a Sensitive Method for Evaluating Inhibitors of Growth and Aflatoxin Production - (Abstract Only) - (21-Sep-95)
Steryl Ferulate and P-Coumarate Esters from Corn, Rice and Other Cereals - (Abstract Only) - (16-Aug-95)
Hplc Analysis of Steryl Ferulate and P-Coumarate Esters from Corn, Rice and Other Cereals - (Abstract Only) - (11-May-95)
A Novel Glass Fiber Disc Culture System for Testing of Small Amounts of Compounds on Growth and Aflatoxin Production by Aspergillus Flavus - (Peer Reviewed Journal) - (15-Dec-94)
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