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SUMMARY: Nine strains of and one each of and isolated from Delhi soils were screened for ability to produce aflatoxins on different media. Seven strains of produced aflatoxins B and B but no aflatoxin G. The other five isolates produced no detectable aflatoxins. Yields of aflatoxins were low on glucose-salts or sucrose-yeast extract media. The latter with added salts or a modified Czapek agar medium gave enhanced yields.

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