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Fungal growth during malting of barley

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Author(s): Kocić-Tanackov Sunčica D. | Škrinjar Marija M. | Grujić Olgica S. | Pejin Jelena D.

Journal: Acta Periodica Technologica
ISSN 1450-7188

Volume: 2005;
Issue: 36;
Start page: 51;
Date: 2005;
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Keywords: Barley | micromalting | fungi

ABSTRACT
Fungi were isolated and identified in two samples of winter two-row barley (SSK3 and SSK6) harvested in 2003, Kragujevac location, during micromalting. Fungi were isolated and identified in barley before the micromalting, after the 1st, 2nd and 3rd day of steeping, the first day and after the germination after kilning and after malt degermination. The total fungi count was followed in both barley samples, during the mentioned phases. The total count of fungi was also determined in the steeping water, and the isolation and identification was performed after the steeping process. Change of the total count of fungi during barley micromalting was exponentional. During barley micromalting nine fungi genera were isolated: Phoma, Alternaria, Fusarium aspergillus, Cladosporium, Geotrichum, Scopulariopsis, Aureobasidium and Mucor. The most frequent genera were: Phoma, Alternaria and Fusarium. In water for steeping, five genera were identified: Geotrichum, Fusarium, Phoma Cladosporium and Mucor. The most frequent genera was Phoma.
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