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  • Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology (v.172, #2) | www

    Applied Biochemistry and Biotechnology (v.172, #2) The Effects of Selenium on Polyunsaturated Fatty Acids of Diasporangium jonesianum by Yong Jia; Xian-Yue Guan; Chuan-Chao Dai (561-569) . Fungi had become the main resource of polyunsaturated fatty acids, especially linoleic acid.

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  • The prospect of microbial oil production and applications

    Mar 15, 2019· The cultivation of oleaginous fungi M. plumbeus on EFB hydrolysates obtained the highest oil concentrations (1.9 and 4.7 g/L on liquid hydrolysate and solid residue hydrolysate respectively) and oil yields (185 mg/g on liquid hydrolysate and 205 mg/g on solid residue hydrolysate) in comparison to fungi A. oryzae and yeast R. mucilaginosa .

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  • Edible material containing mushrooms - IKEDA; HISAKAZU

    Jul 02, 1991· An edible material is produced from grassy materials such as corncob, the husks of rice, barley or buck-wheat etc. by cultivating a fungus of edible mushrooms in a medium containing the grassy material to have the medium digested and removing the specific odor therefrom by heating or fermenting the digested medium.

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  • Mushrooms Cultivation, Marketing and Consumption

    A few drops of this suspension is added to lukewarm culture medium and poured into oven sterilized petriplates. Petriplates are rotated to homogenize the spore suspension into culture medium. The culture medium is allowed to solidify and then petriplates are incubated at 250°± 20C for 3-4 days (350C for Volvariella volvacea).

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  • Hemicellulose structural changes during steam pretreatment

    Hemicellulose structural changes during steam The Biology and Cultivation of Edible Mushrooms - 27. The Biology and Cultivation of Edible Mushrooms, pp. 573603. Google Scholar. Immunopotentiating activity of the water-soluble lignin rich fraction prepared from LEMthe extract of the solid culture medium of Lentinus

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  • Mushrooms: Cultivation, Nutritional Value, Medicinal

    Cultivated mushrooms have now become popular all over the world. In 1999, the world production of cultivated edible mushrooms was estimated to be greater than 7 million tons. The combined total market value for medicinal and edible mushrooms for that year is

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  • Lipids from yeasts and fungi: physiology, production and

    Higher fungi (i.e. edible and medicinal mushrooms like Pleurotus pulmonarius, Agrocybe aegerita, Ganoderma applanatum and Volvariella volvacea) during their growth on glucose have shown relatively elevated total lipid (extracts in chloroform and methanol blends) in DCW values at the early growth stages (reaching in some cases the value of c. 20

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  • Research progress on furfural residues recycling: A

    Residues as culture media to cultivate edible fungi Wang Nanfang et al. [11] report the synthesis of activated carbon rom urural residues using microwave-C02 A number of papers have appeared on the utilization of activation at a microwave power range between 160 - SOOW. furural residues as culture media for edible fungi such as The results indicate that microwave irradiation mainly Ganoderma

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  • CN102165895A - Fungus stick and method used for

    The invention discloses a fungus stick and method used for cultivating mushroom or agaric by utilizing ramulus mori, belonging to the technical field of cultivation of edible fungus, in particular relates to a fungus stick and method used for cultivating mushroom and agaric by utilizing ramulus mori. The invention discloses the fungus stick and method used for cultivating mushroom and agaric

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  • Mushrooms Cultivation, Marketing and Consumption

    A few drops of this suspension is added to lukewarm culture medium and poured into oven sterilized petriplates. Petriplates are rotated to homogenize the spore suspension into culture medium. The culture medium is allowed to solidify and then petriplates are incubated at 250°± 20C for 3-4 days (350C for Volvariella volvacea).

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