or oyster mushroom is a fungus which is capable of bio-conversion of varieties of lingo-cellulosic materials due to the secretion of extracellular enzymes [10, 11].
This research was funded by Grants, Project ID: 00004334 (Expresion a escala de laboratorio de las lacasas recombinantes de Pkurotusostreatusy Ganoderma lucidum), and Project ID: 00004335 (Evaluacion de Ganoderma lucidum, Pleurotus ostreatus
y fotocatalisis con Ti[O.
Mata G, Torres-Hernandez FE (2008) Effect of aerobic fermentation substrate in the production of Pleurotus ostreatus
and its resistance to Trichoderma viride.
Effects of carbon and nitrogen sources on Pleurotus ostreatus
ligninolytic enzyme activity.
94 U/mg which is greater that the specific activity reported for MnP from Pleurotus ostreatus
An aqueous polysaccharide extract from the edible mushroom Pleurotus ostreatus
induces anti-proliferative and pro-apoptotic effects on HT-29 colon cancer cells.
Amana Nadeem D/o Nadeem-ur-Rehman was granted degree in the subject of Zoology after approval of her thesis entitled Mycotechnological Production of Laccase by Pleurotus Ostreatus
and Waheed Akram S/o Mohammad Akram in the subject of Agricultural Sciences after approval of his thesis titled Studies on Efficacy and Mechanisms of Bacillus Strains to Induce Systemic Resistance in Tomato against Fusarium Wilt .
, se denomino cepa "G", Pleurotus djamor se denomino cepa "R", Pleurotus sp, o cepa comercia se denomino cepa "T"
Estudo da producao de pleurotus ostreatus
em residuos de bactrisgasipaes (pupunheira).
2854[degrees]E), 2 Apr 2014, soil of the greenhouse planting with Pleurotus ostreatus
5% aqueous extract of Pleurotus ostreatus
, in hypercholesterolemic rats (Alam et al.
14] con Pleurotus ostreatus
, excepto la ceniza que sufrio un aumento en el presente trabajo.
In the case of NDF, Membrillo et al (26) found an increase in the degradation of this fraction using the fungus Pleurotus ostreatus
IE-8 and different substrate particle sizes, where the substrate was sugarcane bagasse.
The species of mushrooms most widely cultivated and commercialized are "Champignon" which corresponds about 38% of the global market, followed by the species of the genus Pleurotus like Pleurotus ostreatus
, known as Shimeji, which correspond for about 25% of this market.
Uno de los hongos comestibles que mas se ha estudiado y cultivado durante los ultimos anos es Pleurotus ostreatus
debido a su facilidad de cultivo, potencial economico y calidad nutricional (Oei, 2003).