Effects of Different Substrate on the Growth and Microstructure of Fruit Body in the Basidiomycetes, Pleurotus ostreatus.

느타리버섯 자실체 생육 및 미세구조에 미치는 배지의 영향

  • Ju, Young-Cheoul (Mushroom Research Institute, Gyeonggido Agricultural Research and Extension Service, Hankyung National University, Graduate School of Bioechnology and Information Technology) ;
  • Yoon, Seon-Mee (Biomist Technology Co., LTD.) ;
  • Kang, Hee-Wan (Hankyung National University, Graduate School of Biotechnology and Information Technology)
  • 주영철 (경기도농업기술원 버섯연구소, 한경대학교 생물환경, 정보통신전문대학원) ;
  • 윤선미 ((주)바이오미스트 테크놀로지) ;
  • 강희완 (한경대학교 생물환경, 정보통신전문대학원)
  • Published : 2007.09.30


Comparison of fruit bodies of Pleurotus ostreatus cultivar chunchu No .2 grown on the sawdust, rice straw and cotton waste substrates revealed differences in the pattern of differentiation of hyphal compartments. Required period for primordium induction of fruit bodies grown on sawdust substrate was 13 days. Physical structure shown as hardness of stipes grown on the sawdust substrate, fruit bodies were harden than control. Pileocystidia were well developed on the surface of pileus in the fruit body cultivated on rice straw. Microstructures of fruit body grown on the sawdust and cotton wastes substrates shown fast-discharge of basidiospore and sytoms ageing. Hyphae of fruit bodies formed on sawdust substrate had less stainable cytoplasmic material and many more vacuoles than hyphae of fruit bodies formed on synthetic substrate with 50% of pine sawdust, 30% of cotton seed hull and 20 of beet pulp(control).


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