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Some Mold-Induced Changes in Shelled Corn

NAGEL AND SEMENIUK: MOLD AND SHETLLD RN tents of each flask were then mixed by hand-rotating the flask for about 1 minute and this was repeated several times over the succeeding days. The flasks of rn were then set aside in the laboratory for periods up to 4 weeks for the fungi to grow. ntrols without mold infestation were also included in this test. At the different analysis periods, the moldy rn and the mold-free ntrols were emptied on pieces of cheesecloth from each of the quadruplicate flasks and dried for several days at the temperature of the laboratory with the aid of an electric fan. Further drying was done at 700 C. over a 4-5day period in an electrically heated oven, after which the material was ground for analysis to pass a 200-mesh sieve. The moisture ntent of the ground material was determined with a vacuum oven at 700 C. Fat acidities were determined by the method of ZELENY and IEMIAN (14). Watersoluble nitrogen was determined on 100 ml. of aqueous extract from 2 gm. of the material (watefree basis). This extract was prepared by shaking the material in water for 8 hours at the temperature of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Plant Physiology American Society of Plant Biologist

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