The Optimal Culture Conditions Affecting the Mycelial Growth and Fruiting Body Formation of Paecilomyces fumosoroseus

@inproceedings{Shim2003TheOC,
  title={The Optimal Culture Conditions Affecting the Mycelial Growth and Fruiting Body Formation of Paecilomyces fumosoroseus},
  author={Sung Mi Shim 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 Min Woong Lee and Tae Soo Lee},
  year={2003}
}
oC and in the range of pH 6~9, respectively. P. fumosoroseus showed the favorable growth on Hamada medium. The carbon and nitrogen source favorable for mycelial growth were dextrin and histidine, respectively. Optimum C/N ratio suitable for optimal growth of P. fumosoroseus was observed on the culture media adjusted to the ratio of 40:1. The mycelial growth of P. fumosoroseus was optimal on corn meal agar supplemented with 30% of silkworm pupae. The most favorable fruiting body formation of P… CONTINUE READING

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