A novel two-stage cultivation method to optimize carbon concentration and carbon-to-nitrogen ratio for sporulation of biocontrol fungi

@article{Gao2009ANT,
  title={A novel two-stage cultivation method to optimize carbon concentration and carbon-to-nitrogen ratio for sporulation of biocontrol fungi},
  author={Li Gao and Xing Zhong Liu},
  journal={Folia Microbiologica},
  year={2009},
  volume={54},
  pages={142-146}
}
A two-stage solid cultivation method was used to determine the precise requirements of carbon concentration (1–16 g/L) and C: N ratio (0.625: 1 to 80: 1) for the sporulation of six biocontrol fungi. The C concentration and C: N ratio producing the highest conidia yield were 1 g/L and 5: 1 for Paecilomyces lilacinus IPC-P; 2 g/L and 10: 1 for P. lilacinus M-14; 16 g/L and 80: 1 for Metarhizium anisopliae SQZ-1-21; 4 g/L and 5: 1 for M. anisopliae RS-4-1 and Lecanicillium lecanii CA-1-G; and 2 g… CONTINUE READING

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