Naresh Magan
Naresh Magan
Professor of Applied Mycology, Cranfield University
Verified email at cranfield.ac.uk
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Use of hyphomycetous fungi for managing insect pests
H STRASSER
Fungi as biocontrol agents: progress problems and potential, 23, 2001
7372001
Post-harvest control strategies: minimizing mycotoxins in the food chain
N Magan, D Aldred
International journal of food microbiology 119 (1-2), 131-139, 2007
5852007
Electronic noses and disease diagnostics
APF Turner, N Magan
Nature Reviews Microbiology 2 (2), 161-166, 2004
4142004
Post-harvest fungal ecology: impact of fungal growth and mycotoxin accumulation in stored grain
N Magan, R Hope, V Cairns, D Aldred
Epidemiology of mycotoxin producing fungi, 723-730, 2003
4142003
Fungi as biocontrol agents: progress problems and potential
TM Butt, C Jackson, N Magan
CABI, 2001
3982001
Possible climate‐change effects on mycotoxin contamination of food crops pre‐and postharvest
N Magan, A Medina, D Aldred
Plant pathology 60 (1), 150-163, 2011
3272011
Mycotoxins in food: detection and control
N Magan, M Olsen
Woodhead Publishing, 2004
3272004
Volatiles as an indicator of fungal activity and differentiation between species, and the potential use of electronic nose technology for early detection of grain spoilage
N Magan, P Evans
Journal of Stored Products Research 36 (4), 319-340, 2000
3192000
Photochemical versus coupled photochemical–biological flow system for the treatment of two biorecalcitrant herbicides: metobromuron and isoproturon
S Parra, V Sarria, S Malato, P Péringer, C Pulgarin
Applied Catalysis B: Environmental 27 (3), 153-168, 2000
318*2000
Studies on Aspergillus section Flavi isolated from maize in northern Italy
P Giorni, N Magan, A Pietri, T Bertuzzi, P Battilani
International journal of food microbiology 113 (3), 330-338, 2007
2872007
Commercial use of fungi as plant disease biological control agents: status and prospects
JM Whipps, RD Lumsden
Fungal biocontrol agents: progress, problems and potential, 9-22, 2001
2582001
Effect of temperature and pH on water relations of field and storage fungi
N Magan, J Lacey
Transactions of the British Mycological Society 82 (1), 71-81, 1984
2531984
Effect of water activity, temperature and substrate on interactions between field and storage fungi
N Magan, J Lacey
Transactions of the British Mycological Society 82 (1), 83-93, 1984
2441984
Introduction-fungal biological control agents: progress, problems and potential.
TM Butt, CW Jackson, N Magan
Fungi as biocontrol agents: progress, problems and potential, 1-8, 2001
2352001
Relationship between growth and mycotoxin production by Fusarium species, biocides and environment
N Magan, R Hope, A Colleate, ES Baxter
Mycotoxins in Plant Disease, 685-690, 2002
2342002
Fungi in cereal grains: their occurrence and water and temperature relationships
J Lacey, N Magan
Developments in Food Science (Netherlands), 1991
2281991
Water activity, temperature, and pH effects on growth of Fusarium moniliforme and Fusarium proliferatum isolates from maize
S Marin, V Sanchis, N Magan
Canadian journal of microbiology 41 (12), 1063-1070, 1995
2261995
Fungi in extreme environments
N Magan
The Mycota 4, 85-103, 2007
218*2007
Water and temperature relations of growth and ochratoxin A production by Aspergillus carbonarius strains from grapes in Europe and Israel
D Mitchell, R Parra, D Aldred, N Magan
Journal of Applied Microbiology 97 (2), 439-445, 2004
2052004
Culture age, temperature, and pH affect the polyol and trehalose contents of fungal propagules.
JE Hallsworth, N Magan
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 62 (7), 2435-2442, 1996
2001996
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