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The Biology and Technology of Lentinula Mushroom

By: Xin Changluo(Author)

Huayu Nature Book Trade Co.Ltd

Paperback | Jan 1999 | #203364
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Language: English

A in-depth look at the taxonomy, physiology, biochemistry, molecular biology, history and production of the edible mushroom Lentinula edodes, also known as the shiitake mushroom.


Part I Current Status and Future Prospect of Mushroom
1. Current Status and Future Prospect of Mushroom Production

Part II Resource and Classification
2. Towards a Phylogenetic Classifiction for Shiitake: Taxonomic History and Molecular
3. Bio-diversity of Edible Fungi from China
4. Lentinula Mushroom in Nepal and Role of Ansab in Mushroom Development
5. The Names of Shiitake Mushroom and Related Organisms, and Their Culture collection

Part III Physiology and Biochemistry
6. Production of Lignin-degrading Enzymes by Lentinula edodes
7. Change in Atmosphere during the Myeelial Growth of Shiitake in Palyethylene or Polypropylene Cultivation Bags
8. Enzyme Activity in Xiang-Gu/Shiitake
9. Study on Correlation between Extracellular Enzymatic Activity and Growth Evolution Different Stains of Lentinula edodes
10. Effects of Rare Earth Elements on the Lentinula edodes' Growth and Quality
11. A Study on Increased-Efficiency Factors of Rare Earth Elements in Edible Fungi
12. Effects of the Residue of Lentinula edodes Medium on the Mechanism of Increase Yield of Soybean
13. Bioconversion of Lignocellulose of Sawdust by Lentinula
14. Freshness of Shiitake Mushroom and Peroxidation

Part IV Molecular Biology
15. DNA Technological Application in Mushroom
16. Ribosomal DNA for Molecular Systematics and Genetic Analysis of Populations of Edible Fungi
17. Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphisms in Wild and Cultivation Stains of Lentinula edodes
18. Mitochondrial DNA Restriction Fragment Length Polymorphisms in Natural Populations of Lentinula edodes
19. Electrophoretic Karyotype of Lentinula edodes
20. Ribosomal RNA and Fungi Systematics

Part V History and Production
21. The Origin and Developments of the Lentinula Mushroom Culture
22. Integral Cropping Systems in mushroom Production
23. Evolution and Development of Xiang-gu Production in Qingyuan China
24. The Production of Lentinula edodes in Guangxi
25. Xianggu Cultivation in China
26. Studies on Open Cultual Technics of Lentinula edodes
27. A Summary of the Development of Qingyuan Lentinula Mushroom Production
28. Study on Stains Selection of Lentinula edodes Growing Sterilized and Non-sterilized Sawdust
29. Study on the Cultivation of Lentinula Mushroom in the High Temperature Season
30. Research on the Substitute Cultivation of Shiitake
31. The Effect of Using Installation Substitute on whole year Cultivation of Shiitake Mushroom

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