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Pascal Fandohan Kerstin Hell and Walter F O Marasas

Food products that are particularly susceptible to mycotoxin contamination in Africa include maize and peanuts. These products are widely cultivated and consumed across the continent and are very susceptible to contamination with mycotoxins. For example, 5-56 of maize collected in a nationwide survey in Benin were contaminated with aflatoxin (Hell et al, 2003). Various interventions to minimize human exposure to mycotoxins and thereby Sorting out the moldy, damaged and shriveled grains and impurities is a very useful decontamination operation. In South Africa, Sydenham et al. (1994) reduced fumonisin levels 29-69 by removing screenings from maize bulk. Sorting followed by winnowing of naturally contaminated maize grains resulted in a mean reduction of 59 and 69 in afla-toxin and fumonisin levels, respectively (Fandohan et al, 2005). Aflatoxins generally are associated with the smaller, shriveled peanut seeds (Davidson et al., 1982), and with seeds or grains that often are different in...

The Devil the Travisher and the Forkstaff Plane

The devil and the travisher share the form of the wooden spokeshave. The devil has been around forever ever since we broke open that first stone and cut ourselves on the sharp edge. The chair maker's devil is a scraper in spokeshave form. As with any good scraper, it doesn't scrape as much as it shaves. The vertical iron is ground at 60 degrees and may be lightly turned to hook forward with a few strokes of a hard steel burnisher. In spite of its name, the chair maker's devil is a sweet-cutting tool and can shave any grain perfectly smooth. The devil a scraper mounted in a wooden stock. The devil a scraper mounted in a wooden stock.

Aflatoxin contamination and food quality

Agricultural crops can be contaminated by aflatoxin during production, storage, processing and transportation when temperature and humidity conditions are suitable. Mold growth and aflatoxin production are favored by warm temperatures and high humidity. Aflatoxin production requires high humidity and poor storage conditions often are conducive to the growth of Aspergillus (Hell et al., 2000). Aflatoxin contaminates a wide range of agricultural products, including cereals, dried fruits, nuts, coffee beans and oilseeds, which are the agricultural backbone of most developing economy's exports (Bankole and Adebanjo, 2003). Total aflatoxin (B1, B2, G1 and G2) content in ng g of product can give an indication of product quality and can be used as a threshold for separating high, medium and low quality produce. This grading is used for pricing either with a premium (high quality) or a discount (poor quality). The risk for spoilage is a function of factors including the variety of

Formative Ideas and Understandings

Particularly influential were the weekend excursions we took to Devil's Lake State Park near Baraboo, Wisconsin. While most of our classmates went to football games, we three couldn't wait to get out of town. While they climbed onto bar stools and studied the effects of alcohol on their nervous systems, the three of us scaled quartzite rock cliffs, lured by the intense view over deep, crystalline Devil's Lake, where we snorkeled, fished, and harvested clams. To satisfy our adventurous appetites, we foraged wild plants, cooking elderberry and strawberry pancakes, steeping staghorn sumac for pink lemonade and sauteing morels. After long active days, roping our way up the quartzite cliffs and hiking to and from the climbing areas, or snorkeling around the shallow margins of Devil's Lake while foraging for crawfish and clams, we would end up back at camp. Exhausted, we would light a fire and prepare the evening meal either something experimental, such as freshwater clams...

Getting to Know Your Neighbors

As the land changed, so did perceptions. Even the farmers took notice when the wildflowers bloomed. Neighbors, AES clients, and the occasional school group started coming around to take in the full spectrum of color and get up close to the wild-flowers. We welcomed them. When we could we conducted informal nature walks. Otherwise we just let people explore on their own. In time we were conducting conservation demonstrations, proposing that interested visitors plant prairies on their marginally productive and erosion-prone farmlands, and showing how this helps restore ecological health and foster abundant wildlife. Sometimes it was coyote hunters coming round, hell bent on lecturing me about predator-prey relationships. We received numerous requests from schools for field trips, particularly involving biology classes wanting to collect plant specimens. Around 1996 one unusually articulate sixteen-year-old named Justin demonstrated stunning observation skills for someone his age. We...

Peter J Cotty Claudia Probst and Ramon Jaime Garcia

Unfortunately, in an African setting, crops from small scale farmers frequently pass from field to storage to consumption with no regulatory oversight and without a test of the extent of aflatoxin contamination. Aflatoxin contamination often is mysterious to farmers because the extent of contamination is not readily evident and because it appears unrelated to crop yield or quality. Indeed, complex and expensive sampling and analyses often are required to estimate the extent of contamination (Whitaker and Johansson, 2005). The fungi that produce aflatoxins grow best under warm conditions and therefore, aflatoxins are of greatest concern in warm agricultural production areas especially during dry periods (Cotty et al., 1994). Such areas of high vulnerability are common in parts of Africa where subsistence farmers frequently rely on contaminated maize and peanuts as life-sustaining staples (Egal et al., 2005 Hell et al., 2003). Aflatoxin contamination varies in most areas and crops...

Controlling mycotoxins in maize

Aflatoxin contamination is widespread in Africa in Benin and Togo, aflatoxin levels in maize averaged five times the safe limit of 20 ng g in up to 50 of the household grain stores surveyed (Egal et al., 2005 Gong et al., 2002). As a result, people, especially children (Gong et al., 2002), are being exposed to high levels of mycotoxins, often in mixtures, and the consequences have been largely ignored. For example, 99 of fully weaned children had 2-fold higher aflatoxin-albumin adduct levels in their blood than do those receiving a mixture of breast milk and solid foods (Gong et al., 2003, 2004). Surveys also indicate that Fusarium infection is prevalent in field and stored maize at many African locations. Fusarium spp. are found in all agroecological zones of Benin, but their prevalence is higher in the South than the North. The incidence of Fusarium infection is higher in the field than in storage (K. Hell, unpublished). Fusarium infection usually is reduced during storage. The most...

Table of Contents

Bandyopadhyay, S. Hounkponou & J. F. Leslie 67 K. Hell, P. Fandohan, R. Bandyopadhyay, S. Kiewnick, R. Sikora & P. J. Cotty 219 P. Fandohan, K. Hell & W. F. O. 309 R. Ortiz, T. Ban, R. Bandyopadhyay, M. Banziger, D. Bergvinson, K. Hell, B. James, D. Jeffers, P. L. Kumar, A. Menkir, J. Murakami, S. N. Nigam, H. D. Upadhyaya & F. 413

Suborder Polyphaga

Famili Scolytidae

Tachyporus spp., see Fig. 59) and a few relatively large (e.g. Staphylinus olens, the devil's coach-horse beetle). Many species are predacious but most are associated with decaying organic matter larvae of some species of Aleochara are parasitic on pupae of certain Diptera, e.g. Anthomyiidae. Larvae campodeiform, similar in appearance to those of the family Carabidae but with just one tarsal claw.

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