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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The objective of the study was to assess the differences with satiety and a 10-day food intake between Agaricus bisporus mushrooms (commonly known as white button mushrooms) (226g) and meat (28g).
2012) and Agaricus bisporus (Chen et al, 2011) among others was also performed and deposited into sequence database.
In vitro and in vivo screening of essential oils for the control of wet bubble disease of Agaricus bisporus.
This has been previously demonstrated on some mushrooms such as Pleurotus pulmonarius and Agaricus bisporus [3, 4, 5, 6].
Another report (Meng, MShen, Zhang, & Sheng, 2012) registered that mRNA level for hepatic LDL receptor in rats fed on the mushroom Agaricus bisporus fiber was significantly higher than that of rats fed on cellulose.
For the first time, we report on the pyrolysis-induced microarchitectures of three specific tissues of Agaricus bisporus, commonly known as the Portobello mushroom (PM).
Summary: In this study Manganese peroxidase, from novel fungus Agaricus bisporus A21 was purified, thermally characterized and its catalytic properties were investigated.
HERBO-D, comprising of dried and powdered Agaricus bisporus mushrooms, dried and powdered fresh leaves of Catharanthus roseus, dried and powdered seed pulp of Syzygium cumini, and dried and powdered seeds of Trigonella foenum-graecum was obtained from Shahi Laboratories (Unani), Rajshahi, Bangladesh.
Agaricus bisporus is the most com- monly grown mushroom in the United States accounting for up to 90 % of mushroom production according to researchers at the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse.
Another important edible and consuming mushrooms in Pakistan Agaricus bisporus, (button mushroom) Pleurotus osterus (common oyster mushroom), Volvariella volvacea (padistraw mushroom), Lentinula edodes (Shii-take mushroom).