Effect of carbon and nitrogen sources, pH and temperature on in vitro culture of several isolates of Amanita caesarea (Scop.:Fr.) Pers.

@article{Daza2005EffectOC,
  title={Effect of carbon and nitrogen sources, pH and temperature on in vitro culture of several isolates of Amanita caesarea (Scop.:Fr.) Pers.},
  author={Antonio Daza and J. L. Manj{\'o}n and Mar{\'i}a Camacho and Luis Romero de la Osa and A. Aguilar and Carmen Santamar{\'i}a},
  journal={Mycorrhiza},
  year={2005},
  volume={16},
  pages={133-136}
}
Several isolates were obtained from sporocarps of Amanita caesarea (Scop.: Fr.) Pers. associated with Quercus suber and Castanea sativa coming from the southwest of Spain. Culture conditions were optimized for these isolates. The largest radial growth was obtained at pH 6–7, and optimal growth temperature was 24–28°C depending on the isolate. Albumin bovine and nitrate produced the largest patch size diameters, but the greatest mycelium dry weight yields were obtained with ammonium. Mannitol… 
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