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  • 1. MYCOTOXINS AVAILABLE IN FOODSTUFFS VENDED.

    » ABSTRACT Mycotoxins are derived from the combination of two greek words “mykes” which means fungus and “toxikon” which means poison (Haper douglas, 2008). Thus, mycotoxins are fungal poisons (Bennett, 1987). Mycotoxins are natural products produced by fungi that evoke a toxic response when introduced in low concentration to higher vertebrates and other animals by a natural ...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  -1 engagements | 

  • 2. PINEAPPLE WINE FERMENTATION PRODUCTION USING BREWER’S YEAST(SACCHAROMYCESCEREV...

    » ABSTRACT Pineapple (Ananascomosus) belonging to the Bromeliaceae family is grown in different parts of Nigeria either for export or for the local market. Pineapples are sliced and eaten fresh in the homes, or processed into fruit juices for consumption or concentrates for future use. Pineapple as a fruit crop has a lot of economic, nutritional, medicinal, and industrial importance (Sarah et al., 1...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  -1 engagements | 

  • 3. MYCOTOXINS AVAILABLE IN FOODSTUFFS VENDED

    » ABSTRACT Mycotoxins are derived from the combination of two greek words “mykes” which means fungus and “toxikon” which means poison (Haper douglas, 2008). Thus, mycotoxins are fungal poisons (Bennett, 1987). Mycotoxins are natural products produced by fungi that evoke a toxic response when introduced in low concentration to higher vertebrates and other animals by a natural ...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  54 engagements | 

  • 4. PINEAPPLE WINE FERMENTATION PRODUCTION USING BREWER’S YEAST(SACCHAROMYCESCEREV...

    » ABSTRACT Pineapple (Ananascomosus) belonging to the Bromeliaceae family is grown in different parts of Nigeria either for export or for the local market. Pineapples are sliced and eaten fresh in the homes, or processed into fruit juices for consumption or concentrates for future use. Pineapple as a fruit crop has a lot of economic, nutritional, medicinal, and industrial importance (Sarah et al., 1...Continue Reading »

    65 pages |  52 engagements |