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Biotechnology of morel mushrooms: successful fruiting body formation and development in a soilless system.
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Biotechnology of morel mushrooms: successful fruiting body formation and development in a soilless system.

Author: S Masaphy Affiliation: Applied Microbiology and Mycology Department, MIGAL, P.O. Box 831, 11016, Kiryat Shmona, Israel. segula@migal.org.il
Edition/Format: Article Article : English
Publication:Biotechnology letters, 2010 Oct; 32(10): 1523-7
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Morchella spp. ascocarps (morels) are some of the world's most sought-after mushrooms. Successful cultivation of morels is still a rare and difficult task despite over 100 years of effort. Here we provide the first report of successful Morchella rufobrunnea fruiting body initiation and development in laboratory-scale experiments. Mushroom initials appeared 2 to 4 weeks after first watering of pre-grown sclerotia  Read more...
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Document Type: Article
All Authors / Contributors: S Masaphy Affiliation: Applied Microbiology and Mycology Department, MIGAL, P.O. Box 831, 11016, Kiryat Shmona, Israel. segula@migal.org.il
ISSN:0141-5492
Language Note: English
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Morchella spp. ascocarps (morels) are some of the world's most sought-after mushrooms. Successful cultivation of morels is still a rare and difficult task despite over 100 years of effort. Here we provide the first report of successful Morchella rufobrunnea fruiting body initiation and development in laboratory-scale experiments. Mushroom initials appeared 2 to 4 weeks after first watering of pre-grown sclerotia incubated at 16 to 22°C and 90% humidity. Mature fruiting bodies reached 7 to 15 cm in length and were obtained after the five morphological developmental stages of this Morchella species: sclerotium formation, scelerotium germination, asexual spore formation, formation of initial knots and development of the fruiting body.

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