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New organic substrate

...g material has proved to be efficacious in growing mushrooms and other hydroponic crops ?nursery crops grown ou...ith those in the market, especially those used for mushrooms and hydroponic crops, as a single substrate, while for the nursery crops it should be mixed with pea...

Mushrooms as good an antioxidant source as more colorful veggies

Portabella and crimini mushrooms rank with carrots, green beans, red peppers and br...r dissertation research. She found that portabella mushrooms had an ORAC value of 9.7 micromoles of trolox equivalents per gram and criminis had an ORAC value of...

New method confirms importance of fungi in Arctic nitrogen cycle

... to calculate the transfer of nitrogen from Arctic mushrooms to plants is shedding light on how fungi living sy...e natural abundance of nitrogen isotopes in soils, mushrooms and plants. The researchers tested their technique using data from the Arctic LTER (Long Term Ecolog...

Researchers barcode DNA of Venice museum's vast fungi collection

...gi are a kingdom of organisms that include yeasts, mushrooms and mold. They are essential to most terrestrial e... identify them. "This can be very limiting because mushrooms are only produced seasonally, with some species only fruiting once every several years," said Garbel...

Sequencing of the oyster mushroom genome

...ation can give pointers to what is needed for many mushrooms not industrially grown in order for them to be produced as industrial crops, such as, for example, Boletus aereus. More than 10 years of research The Genetics and Microbiology Team at the Public University of Navarre, of which Professor Pisaba...

Modified mushrooms may yield human drugs

...ation of their technology is the use of transgenic mushrooms as factories for producing therapeutic proteins, s...s, which is economical, safe, and fast. We believe mushrooms are going to be the platform of the future." To create transgenic mushrooms, researchers attached...

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