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The germination of the basidiospores of cultivated mushroom-A. bisporus. II. The volatile stimulant of germination, produced by mycelium of A. bisporus



The germination of the basidiospores of cultivated mushroom-A. bisporus. II. The volatile stimulant of germination, produced by mycelium of A. bisporus



Ces. Mykol. 13: 4, 241-251



At the agric. Inst., Ruzyn, metabolic products from mushroom mycelium were found to stimulate germination of its basidiospores. The stimulant is a volatile substance which diffuses through the medium. All viable spores germinated after 12 days at 25 degrees C. on an agar medium containing carbohydrates and mineral salts but when the stimulant was present germination occurred in 7 days.

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