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Mushrooms from waste materials



Mushrooms from waste materials



Developments in food microbiology 4: 1-22



Increases in agriculture and industrialization, particularly in the food sector, result in an abundance of waste materials, which are often disposed of expensively and hazardously. Most of these wastes contain large amounts of cellulose, hemicellulose and lignin, which support the growth of edible fungi if the right conditions are provided.

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