shiitake mushroom

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shiitake mushroom

[‚shē·ē‚tä·kē ′məsh‚rüm]
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Transformation of the edible basidiomycete Lentinus edodes by restriction enzyme-mediated integration of plasmid DNA.
Wu XJ and C Hansen Antioxidant capacity, phenolic content, polysaccharide content of Lentinus edodes grown in whey permeate-based submerged culture.
Solid state production of polygalacturonase by Lentinus edodes using fruit processing wastes," Process Biochemistry, Vol.
The system is able to supply best environmental conditions for cultivation of a large variety of edible mushrooms (Ganoderma lucidum, Grifola frondosa, Hericium erinaceus, Lentinus edodes, Pleurotus eryngii, Pleurotus ostreatus), for better results, in the incubation / fructification room the atmosphere parameters being continuously monitored and set accordingly each variety of mushroom and cultivation phase.
The formulation of MC-S (Clinical Health Pty Ltd, Newcastle Australia) is based upon this principle and is composed of three medicinal mushrooms, Ganaderma lucidum, Lentinus edodes (mycelia) and Coriolus versicolor, a herb Astragalus membranaceous (from the root) and ascorbic acid.
and Shetty, K (2000), Solid state production of polygalacturonase by Lentinus edodes using fruit processing wastes.
World production of cultivated edible and medicinal mushrooms in 1997 with emphasis on Lentinus edodes (Berk.
INCI: Lentinus edodes (shiitake mushroom) extract (and) mucor michei extract (and) butylene glycol
Characterization and immunomodulating activities of polysaccharide from Lentinus edodes.
Protein constitutes 30 percent of the dry weight of Pleurotus mushrooms and 18 percent of Lentinus edodes, compared to 13 and 25 percent of wheat and milk, respectively (Ogundana and Okogbo 1981).
In 37 samples of Lentinus edodes (= Lentinula edodes) cultivated on logs and 19 on sawdust substrate beds, mercury contents were significantly higher in the former (Aoyagi et al.