The Cultural Conditions Affecting the Mycelial Growth of Grifola umbellata

@inproceedings{Shim1997TheCC,
  title={The Cultural Conditions Affecting the Mycelial Growth of Grifola umbellata},
  author={Jae-Ouk Shim and Seo-Gyu Son and Yong-Ho Kim and Youn-Su Lee and Ji-Yul Lee and Tae Soo Lee and Sang-Sun Lee and Min-woong Lee},
  year={1997}
}
This study was carried out to obtain the basic data for artificial culture of Grifola umbellata. The optimal condition for the mycelial growth was obtained at and pH 4, respectively. G. umbellata showed the most favorable growth on the Hoppkins media. Carbon sources such as glucose, fluctose and manitol were favorable for stimulating a mycelial growth of G. umbellata. Valine, one of nitrogen sources also appeared to be favorable to a mycelial growth. The optimum C/N ratio was about 30:1 in case… CONTINUE READING

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