Monograph On Mycotoxicoses in domestic animals, birds & fishes A guide for postgraduate students in developing countries

Contents

1.       Introduction  7

1.1.              The eras of mycotoxins 8

1.2.              Recent Headlines 12

1.3.              Global action to counteract mycotoxins 13

1.4.              Recent Mycotoxins conferences 16

2.       Mycotoxicosis in domestic animals 18

2.1.              Mycotoxicosis in bovines 18

2.1.1.         Mycotoxins in milk and dairy products 19

2.1.2.         Mycotoxins in bovine feeds 29

2.1.3.         Reports of mycotoxins in bovines 37

2.2.              Mycotoxicosis in sheep and goats 107

2.2.1.         Synopsis on mycotoxins in sheep and goats 107

2.2.2.         Reports 110

2.3.              Mycotoxicosis in equines 127

2.3.1.         Equine fumonisin toxicosis 127

2.3.2.         Equine deoxynivalenol toxicosis 137

2.3.3.         Equine Stachybotryotoxicosis 143

2.3.4.         Equine zearalenone toxicosis 148

2.3.5.         Equine aflatoxicosis 152

2.3.6.         Equine ochratoxicosis 155

2.4.              Mycotoxicosis in camels 160

2.5.              Mycotoxicosis in pigs 166

2.6.              Mycotoxicosis in cats and dogs 205

2.7.              Mycotoxicosis in rabbits 220

3.       Mycotoxicosis in poultry 243

3.1.              Aflatoxicosis 243

3.2.              Ochratoxicosis 296

3.3.              Sterigmatocystin toxicosis 356

3.4.              Cyclopiazonic acid toxicosis 366

3.5.              Citrinin toxicosis 378

3.6.              Penicillic acid toxicosis 395

3.7.              Fusariotoxicosis  399

3.7.1.         Deoxynivalenol (DON) toxicosis 399

3.7.2.         Fumonisin toxicosis  433

3.7.3.         Moniliformin toxicosis 468

3.7.4.         T-2 toxicosis 482

3.7.5.         Zearalenone toxicosis 507

3.7.6.         Fusaric acid (FA) toxicosis 523

3.8.              Oosporein Toxicosis (Avian gout) 528

3.9.              Avian ergotism 531

4.       Mycotoxicosis in fishes  539

4.1.              Effects of mycotoxins 539

4.2.              Aflatoxicosis 541

4.3.              Sterigmatocystin toxicosis 567

4.4.              Ochratoxicosis 568

4.5.              Fumonisins toxicosis 571

4.6.              Deoxynivalenol toxicosis 575

4.7.              T-2 toxicosis 580

4.8.              Moniliformin toxicosis 582

4.9.              Zearalenone toxicosis 584

4.10.           Enniatins (ENs) and beauvericin (BEA) toxicosis 586

5.       Detection of mycotoxicosis

6.       Control of mycotoxicosis

 

 

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