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Tsapko V. G.1,2, Sterenbogen M. Y.2,Chudnovets A. Y.2, Papach V. V.2, Kurchenko I. M.3, Kharkevich O. S.3, Nakonechna L. T.3, Yuryeva O. M.3


1National University of Bioresources and Nature Management of Ukraine, Kiev
2SI «Institute for Occupational Health of NAMS of Ukraine», Kyiv
3SI «Institute of microbiology and virology named after D. K. Zabolotny of NAN of Ukraine», Kyiv

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The results of mycological studies on the raw material processing, used in biofuel production, are laid down. The samples of seeds of rape, maize as well as tbe rape oil were investigated. A pure culture has been extracted and there have been identified microfungi, among which there are those capable to generate toxins, causing diseases in humans, plants and animals.

Key words: biofule production, microfungi, ponetial risk


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