Barley, oats, wheat, rye.
Effects on animals
Homeostatic disorders, cytotoxic, hepatic disorders
Corn (maize), wheat, barley, oats, rye
Effects on Animals
Heart problems and respiratory difficulties.
Corn (maize), wheat, barley, rye, triticale, oats, rice, sorghum, pepper, flax, soya, millet.
Cardiac problems, reduction in growth and increased mortality.
Cereals, green coffee, spices, walnut, beer and cheese (on the surface, in the case of fungal deterioration during ripening and storage).
Hepatic disorders, agalactia, abortions.
Increase in somatic cells, milk contamination.
Reduction in egg production, foot problems and embryotoxicity.
Apple, forages (rare)
Reduction in fibre digestion, negative effect on production of volatile fatty acids and microbial protein synthesis.
Rice, corn (maize), barley, oats, rye, wheat, walnut, groundnut, sunflower.
Renal lesions, increase in volume of urine excreted (up to 2.5 times).
Pruritus, fever and haemorrhages, calves born with malformation of the mouth.
Malformation of extremities, malformation of brain and eyes, increase in water consumption, liquid droppings.
Cyclopiazonic acid (CPA)
Numerous, particularly corn (maize) and groundnut..
Inactivity, anorexia, rough coat, diarrhoea.
Loss of appetite and physical condition.
Inflammation of the digestive system, haemorrhages, poor shell quality.
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