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The minimum and maximum temperatures for growth are affected by moisture, oxygen concentration, availability of nutrients, and other factors. Christensen (1957) pointed out that A. flavus has a higher maximum temperature for growth on natural substrates than on synthetic media. The optimal temperature and time for aflatoxin production by A. flavus on sterilized peanuts in culture flasks was 25°C and 7-9 days (Diener and Davis, 1966). At 30°C the optimum was reached at 5-7 days, while at 20°C maximum aflatoxin was produced at 11-13 days.
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