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- Influence of solid wastes in the mycelium growth of Lentinula edodes (berk.) Pegler
- Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP)
- In Brazil there was little research related to Shiitake axenic culture. The aim of this research was to understand the substratum effects in the kinetics of the Shiitake mycelium growth. It was used two Shiitake strains and two different base substrate (eucalyptus sawdust and sugar cane bagasse) varying in three proportions of the supplements. The supplements, a blend of rice and wheat brans, were added in the proportion of 0, 10 and 20% of the base substrate. The experiment was composed of six treatments. The mycelium growth kinetics in volume had no effect relation to the strains and substrate and it followed a mathematical model represented by logarithmic equation. Beta, gamma and delta parameters didn't show any correlation with the growth velocity in volume. The strain L55 was better adapted than L17.
- European Symposium on Environmental Biotechnology, Eseb 2004. Leiden: A A Balkema Publishers, p. 673-677, 2004.
- A A Balkema Publishers
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