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Synthetic substrate for filamentous fungi

, : Synthetic substrate for filamentous fungi. United States Patent (US 4,803,800): 19

A synthetic substrate which supports the growth and development of filamentous fungi is disclosed. The substrate is comprised of a nutrient in a hydrated hydrogel matrix forming a capsule. In a preferred embodiment, the capsule has an irregular external surface to allow filamentous fungi to adhere thereto even when shaken.

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