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Characteristics of the mycelia isolated from basidiospore of Tricholoma matsutake



Characteristics of the mycelia isolated from basidiospore of Tricholoma matsutake



Tohoku Journal of Forest Science 9(2): 90-93



This experiment was carried out in Iwate, Japan, to breed good quality matsutake mushrooms, Tricholoma matsutake. The basidiospores were collected from fully-grown matsutake mushrooms and 32 mycelia were isolated. These mycelia were cultured on a medium containing 2% glucose, 0.2% yeast extract and 1.5% agar in a dark room at 23 degrees C for 70 days. The growth of mycelia was examined regularly. The results showed that the germination rate was 0.028%, which was extremely low.

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