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Aflatoxin poisonous carcinogens in harvested corn kernels detected by scientist, conceptual image
Fungi Aspergillus, black mold which produce aflatoxins and cause pulmonary infection aspergillosis, aspergilloma of brain and lungs, 3D illustration
Close-up of Aspergillus flavus and A. parasiticus producer of aflatoxins in corn used for food and animal feed.
Agriculture scientist examines corn field for aflatoxin and other diseases. Crops inspection in agriculture. Food safety and human health.
Black mold fungi Aspergillus which produce aflatoxins and cause pulmonary infection aspergillosis. 3D illustration
Concept of corn crops with chemical structure of aflatoxin. Agronomist in corn maize field searching for aflatoxin and other diseases. Food control and crops inspection in agriculture.
Aflatoxin B1 mold carcinogenic molecule. 3D rendering. Atoms are represented as spheres with conventional color coding: hydrogen (white), carbon (grey), oxygen (red).
Aspergilloma of the lung and close-up view Aspergillus fungi, 3D illustration. Also known as mycetoma, or fungus ball, a lesion produced by fungi Aspergillus in immunocompromised patients
Farmer holding corn cob with disease in field. Bad climate influence on crops
Aflatoxin B1 mold carcinogenic molecule. 3D rendering. Atoms are represented as spheres with conventional color coding: hydrogen (white), carbon (grey), oxygen (red).
Aflatoxin B1 mold carcinogenic molecule. 3D rendering. Atoms are represented as spheres with conventional color coding: hydrogen (white), carbon (grey), oxygen (red).
Aflatoxin B1 is an aflatoxin produced by Aspergillus flavus and A. parasiticus. It is arguably the most potent carcinogen known, and is up to twice as carcinogenic as an equitoxic dose of X-rays.
Molecular structure of Aflatoxin G1 -  natural organic phytochemical phytoestrogen (Coumestan), 3D rendering
Moldy corn background, Aflatoxin - Aspergillus flavus and Aspergillus parasiticus
close up of peanuts,Arachis hypogaea L. have many benefits But there is Aflatoxin.
Black mold fungi Aspergillus which produce aflatoxins and cause pulmonary infection aspergillosis. 3D illustration
Moldy corn background, Aflatoxin - Aspergillus flavus and Aspergillus parasiticus
Molecular structure of aflatoxin B1, a potent hepatotoxic and carcinogenic toxin produced by fungi Aspergillus. Medical background. Scientific background. 3d illustration
Aflatoxin B1 mold carcinogenic molecule. Skeletal formula.
Fungi Aspergillus, black mold, which produce aflatoxins and cause pulmonary infection aspergillosis, 3D illustration
Laboratory experiment with healthy and moldy kernels of corn with aflatoxin in Petri dish
Fungi Aspergillus, black mold, which produce aflatoxins, cause pulmonary infection aspergillosis. 3D illustration
Close-up of  parasiticus producer of aflatoxins in garlic. used for food and animal feed.
 aflatoxin-producing molds in stored garlic.
Aflatoxin B1, carcinogenic toxin produced by fungi Aspergillus. Atoms are represented as spheres with color coding: oxygen (pink), hydrogen (green), carbon (yellow). 3d illustration
Fungi Aspergillus, black mold, which produce aflatoxins,  3D illustration
Fungus Aspergillus flavus, 3D illustration, a major producer of aflatoxin in crops, a potent carcinogen
Aflatoxin B1 carcinogenic food contaminant molecule, chemical structure. Three representations: 2D skeletal formula, 3D space-filling model and 3D ball-and-stick model.
Fungi Aspergillus flavus producing Aflatoxin B1, a potent carcinogen, 3D illustration. These fungi often contaminate corn, peanuts, cottonseed meal and other grains
close up moldy roasted peanut. aflatoxin in groundnut. mold, spoled peanut.
Fungi Aspergillus, black mold, which produce aflatoxin and cause pulmonary infection aspergillosis, 3D illustration
Close-up of  parasiticus producer of aflatoxins in garlic. used for food and animal feed.
 aflatoxin-producing molds in stored garlic.
The fungus on the food contains bacteria and germs. It crushes fungus into rotten food.
Structure of Aspergillus
Aspergillosis is invasive fungal infection cause Aspergillus fumigatus. Airborne conidia that Inhalation by person results in fungi that grow in the lung. Infectious life cycle of pathogenic flora.
Aspergillis flavus appear as a powdery mold growth on corn kernels. fungus producer of aflatoxins in corn.
Aflatoxin B1 carcinogenic food contaminant molecule, chemical structure. Atoms are represented as spheres with conventional color coding: hydrogen (white), carbon (grey), oxygen (red)
Aflatoxin B1 molecule, a toxin produced by fungi Aspergillus, a potent carcinogen, 3D illustration
Thai long grain jasmine rice on wood spoon with black background
Basil and flowers, isolated on a white background. Queen of herbs. Helps to inhibit the growth of germs and some aflatoxins help to remove excess fat and sugar from the body.
rotten groundnut​ or peanut, Can not eat because it is a harmful to the body
Aflatoxin M1, carcinogenic toxin present in milk and dairy products. Atoms are represented as spheres with color coding: oxygen (pink), hydrogen (light blue), carbon (yellow). 3d illustration
Aflatoxin B1, carcinogenic toxin produced by fungi Aspergillus. Atoms are represented as spheres with color coding: oxygen (pink), hydrogen (green), carbon (yellow). 3d illustration
Black mold fungi Aspergillus, which produce aflatoxins and cause pulmonary infection aspergillosis. 3D illustration
3d rendered medically accurate illustration of aspergillus mold
Top up view and closeup bean in the basket, Bean have many benefits but maybe have Aflatoxins in side. have benefits for vegetarian and for who wanna diet, have High energy, black  and brown tone.
Fungus Aspergillus flavus, 3D illustration, a major producer of aflatoxin in crops, a potent carcinogen
Aflatoxin word cloud concept
Fungi Aspergillus, black mold which produce aflatoxins and cause pulmonary infection aspergillosis, 3D illustration
Maize after shelling is damage by moisture and have more fungus is cuase of aflatoxin
Fungi Aspergillus producing Aflatoxin B1, a potent carcinogen, 3D illustration. These fungi often contaminate corn, peanuts, cottonseed meal and other grains
comparison of the good and bad roasted peanut. Aflatoxin in peanut. peanut fungi, contaminated food, discolored peanut.
Holy basil leaves and flowers, isolated on a white background, herbs help inhibit the growth of certain pathogens and aflatoxins, expel excess fat and sugar from the body.
Aflatoxin poisonous carcinogens in harvested corn kernels detected by scientist, conceptual image
Structure of Aspergillus
Moldy corn background,  Aflatoxin  -  Aspergillus flavus and Aspergillus parasiticus
Hands holding a musty nut. Aflatoxin, food poisoning. Isolated
Basil and flowers, isolated on a white background. Queen of herbs. Helps to inhibit the growth of germs and some aflatoxins help to remove excess fat and sugar from the body.
Basil and flowers, isolated on a white background. Queen of herbs. Helps to inhibit the growth of germs and some aflatoxins help to remove excess fat and sugar from the body.
Holy basil leaves and flowers, isolated on a white background, herbs help inhibit the growth of certain pathogens and aflatoxins, expel excess fat and sugar from the body.

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Holy basil leaves and flowers, isolated on a white background, herbs help inhibit the growth of certain pathogens and aflatoxins, expel excess fat and sugar from the body.
Fungi Aspergillus producing Aflatoxin B1, a potent carcinogen, 3D illustration. These fungi often contaminate corn, peanuts, cottonseed meal and other grains
Fungi Aspergillus, black mold, which produce aflatoxins, cause pulmonary infection aspergillosis and aspergilloma in different organs. 3D illustration
Aflatoxin poisonous carcinogens in harvested corn kernels detected by scientist, conceptual image
Aflatoxin B1 mold carcinogenic molecule. Skeletal formula.
Structure of Aspergillus
Corn kernels with moisture affecting growth of aflatoxin-producing molds in stored corn.
scientific illustration - aspergillus mold
Fungus Aspergillus flavus, 3D illustration, a major producer of aflatoxin in crops, a potent carcinogen
Fungi Aspergillus, black mold, which produce aflatoxins, cause pulmonary infection aspergillosis and aspergilloma in different organs. 3D illustration
Fungi Aspergillus producing Aflatoxin B1, a potent carcinogen, 3D illustration. These fungi often contaminate corn, peanuts, cottonseed meal and other grains
Black mold fungi Aspergillus, which produce aflatoxins and cause pulmonary infection aspergillosis. 3D illustration
Corn mycotoxins - rotten corn in stored grains and seeds.
Black mold fungi Aspergillus which produce aflatoxins and cause pulmonary infection aspergillosis isolated on white background. 3D illustration
Digital illustration of fungi Aspergillus niger, black mold, which produce aflatoxins, cause pulmonary infection aspergillosis
moldy roasted peanut were placed to be aflatoxins word. poison food.
Fungi Aspergillus, black mold which produce aflatoxins and cause pulmonary infection aspergillosis, aspergilloma of brain and lungs, 3D illustration
Fungi Aspergillus, black mold, which produce aflatoxins and cause pulmonary infection aspergillosis, 3D illustration
Fungi Aspergillus niger on colorful background, black mold, which produce aflatoxins, cause pulmonary infection aspergillosis
Closeup,bad food,asian child girl eating potato chips,female teenager puts crisps potato chip in his mouth,junk food is useless,carcinogenic risk and heart disease,harmful to the body, health care
Aflatoxin is contaminated in crushed peanuts that have fungi. World Health Organization Determine aflatoxin to be carcinogenic.
Bad moldy dried corn with Aflatoxin.
Fungus Aspergillus flavus, 3D illustration. It is the major producer of aflatoxin in crops, a potent carcinogen
Aflatoxin B1 molecule, a toxin produced by fungi Aspergillus, a potent carcinogen, 3D illustration
Close up of Aspergillus oryzae is a filamentous fungus, or mold that is used in food production, such as in soybean fermentation for education in laboratory.(soft focus and have Grain/Noise)
Dangerous mold and bacteria. The concept of dampness, moisture, dust, and respiratory problems. Microscope fungi on food
Structural chemical formula and model of aflatoxin B1, a potent hepatotoxic and carcinogenic toxin produced by fungi Aspergillus. Scientific background. 3d illustration
Fungi Aspergillus, black mold which produce aflatoxins and cause pulmonary infection aspergillosis, 3D illustration
Fungi Aspergillus, black mold which produce aflatoxins and cause pulmonary infection aspergillosis, 3D illustration
Fungi Aspergillus flavus producing Aflatoxin B1, a potent carcinogen, 3D illustration. These fungi often contaminate corn, peanuts, cottonseed meal and other grains
Black mold fungi Aspergillus which produce aflatoxins and cause pulmonary infection aspergillosis. 3D illustration
Black mold fungi Aspergillus which produce aflatoxins and cause pulmonary infection aspergillosis. 3D illustration
Molecular structure of aflatoxin B2 produced by fungi Aspergillus. Atoms are represented as spheres with color coding: oxygen (pink), hydrogen (light blue), carbon (yellow). 3d illustration
Fungi Aspergillus, black mold which produce aflatoxins and cause pulmonary infection aspergillosis, aspergilloma of brain and lungs, 3D illustration
spoiled peanut, mold on roasted peanut.aflatoxin in food
Fungi Aspergillus, black mold, which produce aflatoxins, cause pulmonary infection aspergillosis and lesions of other location. 3D illustration
Black mold fungi Aspergillus which produce aflatoxins and cause pulmonary infection aspergillosis. 3D illustration
3d rendered medically accurate illustration of aspergillus mold
Fungus Aspergillus flavus, 3D illustration. It is the major producer of aflatoxin in crops, a potent carcinogen
Garlic fungus There contamination The substance aflatoxin Some molds can cause allergic reactions.Or problems with respiratory and fungal species when in optimal conditions to build up toxins
scientific illustration - aspergillus mold
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