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Growth conditions enzymes and wood decay of a wild strain and some homokaryons and dikaryons of the mushroom lentinus edodes shii take


Growth conditions enzymes and wood decay of a wild strain and some homokaryons and dikaryons of the mushroom lentinus edodes shii take



Material und Organismen 22(4): 237-256



ISSN/ISBN: 0025-5270

In view of other growth conditions of the mushroom Lentinus edodes (Shii-take), spores of a fruitbody of a wild strain were cultured to 11 homokaryons and these bred by intra-stock breeding to 11 dikaryons. The 22 strains were compared with the wild strain regarding growth behaviour, enzymes and wood decay. Homokaryons grew more slowly than dikaryons and yielded a thicker mycelium. Some dikaryons grew faster than the wild strain (6.5 mm/d) and produced more mycelial dry matter.

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