Culture Conditions Affecting the Optimal Mycelial Growth of Cystoderma amianthinum

@inproceedings{Shim2005CultureCA,
  title={Culture Conditions Affecting the Optimal Mycelial Growth of Cystoderma amianthinum},
  author={Sung Mi Shim and Yun Hee Oh and Kyung Rim Lee and Seong Hwan Kim and Kyung Hoan Im and Jung Wan Kim and U Youn Lee and Jae Ouk Shim and Mi Ja Shim and Min Woong Lee and Hyeon Su Ro and Hyun Sook Lee and Tae Soo Lee},
  booktitle={Mycobiology},
  year={2005}
}
Cystoderma amianthinum, one of edible fungi belongs to Agaricaceae of Basidiomycota, has a good taste and flavor. This study was carried out to obtain the basic informations for the optimum mycelial growth of C. amianthinum. The optimal conditions for the mycelial growth were 25℃ and pH 5 in potato dextrose agar (PDA). C. amianthinum showed the favorable growth in the PDA and yeast malt extract agar (YMA). The favorable carbon and nitrogen sources promoting mycelial growth were fructose and… CONTINUE READING

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