The fungus Aspergillus glaucus is a common cause of blue eye. Spores of the
fungus are present around all grain storage facilities. Thus, infection of the grain ...
“Blue Eye” Mold – Penicillium and Aspergillus Kernel Rots ... The rots may
develop on either ear or shelled corn in storage, causing major losses in feed
Sep 14, 2010 ... Grain quality issues -- like the "blue eye" mold that began showing up in some
bins last month -- have made things tough on some farmers as ...
Abstract. High-moisture yellow dent corn became heavily molded by Penicillium
martensii after storage for 6 months at 1 C. Mice ingesting corn molded by P.
Mycotoxin from a Blue-Eye Mold of Corn'. C. P. KURTZMAN ... corn for 6 months
at 1 C, the mold flora shifted, .... to cause blue-eye; Semeniuk and Gilman (11).
Jan 31, 2008 ... Scientists have tracked down a genetic mutation which took place 6,000-10,000
years ago and is the cause of the eye color of all blue-eyed ...
Jan 1, 2000 ... Grain mold pathogens are also capable of causing disease in other parts of the
.... discoloration (“Blue Eye”) of the embryo. Symptoms caused ...
Jul 30, 2013 ... Remove all matter other than corn, including sweet corn, blue corn, and popcorn
.... A germ infected with blue-eye mold, regardless of amount.
PRiNCiPAL CORN KERNEL DAmAgE. BLUE-EyE mOLD DAmAgE. A germ
affected with blue-eye mold, re- gardless of amount, shall be considered
Nov 15, 2010 ... Blue-eye does not create heating, just spoiled grain. ... Damage (mold) has
potential to create fermentation problems that need increasingly ... Fermentation
problems cause distillers grains variability as well as lost ethanol.