The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Fusarium, Mycotoxin, Botany, Fusarium proliferatum and Beauvericin. His work deals with themes such as Ecology, Genus, Fungi imperfecti and Species complex, which intersect with Fusarium. His research in Mycotoxin intersects with topics in Toxin, Host, Food contaminant and Aflatoxin.
His study in the field of Root rot also crosses realms of Veterinary medicine. As a member of one scientific family, he mostly works in the field of Fusarium proliferatum, focusing on Fumonisin B1 and, on occasion, Corn kernel and Brine shrimp. His Beauvericin research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Gibberella and Moniliformin.
Antonio Moretti mostly deals with Fusarium, Mycotoxin, Botany, Fusarium proliferatum and Beauvericin. His studies in Fusarium integrate themes in fields like Fungi imperfecti and Species complex. His Mycotoxin course of study focuses on Contamination and Agriculture.
His Botany research incorporates elements of Toxin, Phylogenetics and Amplified fragment length polymorphism. His Fusarium proliferatum study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Fertility, Fumonisin B1, Chromatography, Gibberella and Asparagus. Antonio Moretti has researched Trichothecene in several fields, including Genetic variability and Genotype.
His primary scientific interests are in Mycotoxin, Fusarium, Phylogenetics, Botany and Food science. In general Mycotoxin study, his work on Ochratoxin A often relates to the realm of Veterinary medicine, thereby connecting several areas of interest. Antonio Moretti works mostly in the field of Fusarium, limiting it down to topics relating to Species complex and, in certain cases, Genus, as a part of the same area of interest.
His work investigates the relationship between Botany and topics such as Oryza sativa that intersect with problems in Morphology. His work in the fields of Ochratoxins overlaps with other areas such as Chemotype. His study explores the link between Beauvericin and topics such as Moniliformin that cross with problems in Subtropics.
Antonio Moretti mainly investigates Mycotoxin, Fusarium, Zearalenone, Phylogenetics and Species complex. His Mycotoxin research is within the category of Botany. He has included themes like Oryza sativa, Gene and Morphology in his Botany study.
His Fusarium research includes themes of Contamination and Aspergillus flavus. His Zearalenone study which covers Beauvericin that intersects with Biochemistry, Toxicokinetics, In vivo and Subtropics. The Phylogenetics study combines topics in areas such as Taxonomy, Trichothecene and Phylogenetic tree.
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A European Database of Fusarium graminearum and F. culmorum Trichothecene Genotypes
Matias Pasquali;Marco Beyer;Antonio Logrieco;Kris Audenaert.
Frontiers in Microbiology (2016)
Toxigenic Fusarium Species and Mycotoxins Associated with Maize Ear Rot in Europe
A. Logrieco;G. Mulè;A. Moretti;A. Bottalico.
European Journal of Plant Pathology (2002)
Epidemiology of Toxigenic Fungi and their Associated Mycotoxins for Some Mediterranean Crops
Antonio Logrieco;Antonio Bottalico;Giuseppina Mulé;Antonio Moretti.
European Journal of Plant Pathology (2003)
Aflatoxin B1 contamination in maize in Europe increases due to climate change.
P. Battilani;P. Toscano;H. J. Van der Fels-Klerx;A. Moretti.
Scientific Reports (2016)
Beauvericin production by Fusarium species
A. Logrieco;A. Moretti;G. Castella;M. Kostecki.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (1998)
Alternaria toxins and plant diseases: an overview of origin, occurrence and risks
A. Logrieco;A. Moretti;M. Solfrizzo.
World Mycotoxin Journal (2009)
A two-locus DNA sequence database for typing plant and human pathogens within the Fusarium oxysporum species complex
Kerry O'Donnell;Cécile Gueidan;Stacy Sink;Peter R. Johnston.
Fungal Genetics and Biology (2009)
Predominance and association of pathogenic fungi causing Fusarium ear blight in wheat in four European countries
X. M. Xu;D. W. Parry;P. Nicholson;M. A. Thomsett.
European Journal of Plant Pathology (2005)
A species-specific PCR assay based on the calmodulin partial gene for identification of Fusarium verticillioides, F. proliferatum and F. subglutinans
G. Mulè;A. Susca;G. Stea;A. Moretti.
European Journal of Plant Pathology (2004)
One Fungus, One Name: Defining the Genus Fusarium in a Scientifically Robust Way That Preserves Longstanding Use
David M. Geiser;Takayuki Aoki;Charles W. Bacon;Scott E. Baker.
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