button mushroom

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button mushroom

n.
An immature, usually white, form of the common cultivated mushroom (Agaricus bisporus), having a rounded cap.
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An extract of champignon mushroom (Agaricus bisporus) blended with palm oil and spray dried on a maltodextrin carrier, Mushroom Extract Powder (2135) is light brown in solution and provides a mushroom aroma with a mild, earthy mushroom flavour.
A polymerase chain reactian-based test for the identification of Trichocterma harzianum biotypes 2 and 4, responsible for the worldwide green mould epidemic in cultivated Agaricus bisporus. Applied Microbiol Biotechnol.
Dr Gerald Pang and colleagues from the university tested the impact of irradiating Agaricus bisporus mushrooms with UV-C light from a xenon lamp from between 2 seconds to 30 minutes.
From Agaricus bisporus (the cultivated white button mushroom) to Zea mays (sweet corn), and not overlooking more exotic fruits and vegetables, Nunes (food science and human nutrition, U.
He prefers portabellas, a dark strain of the same species, Agaricus bisporus, which are harvested after their brown gills open.
But it suggests the Agaricus bisporus, or white, and Agaricus brunnescens, or chestnut, varieties are healthier than most people have supposed.
Scientists at Pennsylvania State University wanted to assess the rheological behavior of wheat flour dough made with raw and blanched, freeze-dried portabella (Agaricus bisporus) mushroom powder.
White Button (Agaricus bisporus) is the common mushroom found in just about every grocery store in the country.
Penn State Research Foundation (University Park, PA) has patented a highly effective, convenient, and expeditious genetic transformation system for filamentous fungi, such as Agaricus bisporus. The preferred method uses an Agrobacterium-mediated transformation protocol.