Vitality and genetic fidelity of white-rot fungi mycelia following different methods of preservation.

@article{Voyron2009VitalityAG,
  title={Vitality and genetic fidelity of white-rot fungi mycelia following different methods of preservation.},
  author={Samuele Voyron and Sophie Roussel and Françoise T J Munaut and Giovanna Cristina Varese and Marco Ginepro and St{\'e}phan Declerck and Valeria Filipello Marchisio},
  journal={Mycological research},
  year={2009},
  volume={113 Pt 10},
  pages={1027-38}
}
Basidiomycetes present specific problems with regard to their preservation, because most of them do not form resistant propagules in culture but exist only as mycelium. Usually these fungi can only be preserved by serial transfer on agar (labour-intensive procedures that can increase the danger of variation or loss of physiological or morphological features), or cryopreserved in liquid nitrogen (expensive). Cryopreservation at -80 degrees C and lyophilisation could be good alternatives. In this… CONTINUE READING
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