Adaptability and Trait Stability Analysis in Volvariella volvacea (Paddy Straw Mushroom)

  title={Adaptability and Trait Stability Analysis in Volvariella volvacea (Paddy Straw Mushroom)},
  author={Ved P Sharma and Anil Kumar and Anupam Barh and Shwet Kamal and Satish Kumar},
  journal={International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences},
Paddy straw mushroom (Volvariella volvacea) is an edible mushroom of warm and humid areas and it is known for its nutritional value, unique aroma and texture. It grows well between 28 and 34 0 C temperature (Bao et al., 2013; Chang, 1969, 1978; Tao et al., 2014). This mushroom ranks sixth in the global production of cultivated mushrooms and accounts for 5–6% of world production (Buswell and Chen, 2005).It has significant pharmacological properties, including antitumor polysaccharides, immune… 
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