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725/xg/gm) was recorded at 18°C after 84 days with none being found in samples at 16°C. These data parallel our results with freshly dug, living Early Runner peanuts in 1965 and 1966 in that some aflatoxin was found at 20°C, but none at 15°C in 21 days. Thus, it appears that living peanut kernels stored in intact pods are much less susceptible to invasion and aflatoxin formation by A. flavus. The relative amount of aflatoxin Bx and G x produced by species of the A. flavus group in natural and synthetic substrates is influenced by several factors.
Aflatoxin. Scientific Background, Control, and Implications by Leo A. Goldblatt