Pleurotus ostreatus

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Noun1.Pleurotus ostreatus - edible agaric with a soft greyish cap growing in shelving masses on dead woodPleurotus ostreatus - edible agaric with a soft greyish cap growing in shelving masses on dead wood
agaric - a saprophytic fungus of the order Agaricales having an umbrellalike cap with gills on the underside
genus Pleurotus, Pleurotus - agarics with white spores and caps having an eccentric stem; an important mushroom of Japan
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Native rice husk (NRH) was fermented with Pleurotus ostreatus for 7, 14 and 21 days to improve the nutritional values.
Los hongos pueden degradar compuestos organicos complejos por medio de la produccion de enzimas de tipo ligninoliticas extracelulares, las mas reportadas son: lacasas, manganeso-peroxidasas y peroxidasas (Singh, Singh, y Singh, 2015; Tuomela y Hatakka, 2011); se ha confirmado que muchas especies de hongos como Pleurotus ostreatus, Pichia sp.
The influence of factors on selenium enrichment of mycelium of pleurotus ostreatus.
Similarly, the decreases in these fiber fraction levels were also reported by [15] for wheat straw colonized for 2-4 wks with Pleurotus ostreatus, madake bamboo colonized for 10 wks with Ceriporiopsis subvermispora [4] and OPF colonized for 3 to 9 wks with C.
Bio-remediation of colored industrial wastewaters by the white-rot fungi Phanerochaete chrysosporium and and Pleurotus ostreatus and their enzymes.
S, YIELD and Mushroom size of Pleurotus ostreatus grown on rice straw basal substrate mixed and supplemented with various crop residues.
Besides the brown-coloured King Oyster, Bahl has been experimenting with Pleurotus Ostreatus (black oyster mushroom) and Pleurotus Djamor (pink oyster mushroom).
On the other hand, the commercial species of cultivated mushrooms which are available in the supermarkets include Pleurotus ostreatus, Lentinula edodes and Agaricus spp.
Vetter, "Chitin content of cultivated mushrooms Agaricus bisporus, Pleurotus ostreatus and Lentinula edodes" Food Chemistry, vol.