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  5. 0 (Keynote Lecture) Mushroom Research and Development-Equality and Mutual Benefit

  6. 1 Genetics and Breeding of Mushrooms - from Bensaude and Kniep to Molecular Genetics

  7. 2 A Summary of Allelic Diversity and Geographical Distribution at Six Allozyme Loci of Agaricus bisporus

  8. 3 Progress in Transformation of the Common Mushroom Agaricus bisporus

  9. 4 Molecular Cloning and Heterologous Expression of the Agaricus bisporus TRP2 Gene

  10. 5 The Two Life Cycles of Agaricus bisporus

  11. 6 A Short Ribosomal DNA sequence from a 115-Year-Old Lentinula guarapiensis Herbarium Specimen

  12. 7 A Cladistic Approach to Biodiversity in the Ganodermataceae

  13. 8 Recent Advances in Molecular Systematics of the Genus Pleurotus

  14. 9 Identification and Mushroom Production Test of the Fusants from Protoplasts of Different Lentinula edodes Strains

  15. 10 Ligninolytic Enzyme Production and Secretion in Edible Mushroom Fungi

  16. 11 Kenaf Core as a Subsitute Horse Bedding Material Used in Agaricus bisporus Mushroom Compost Substrate

  17. 12 Use of Sunflower Meal (de-oiled Cake) During Composting for Lower Cost Mushroom Production

  18. 13 Modeling the Odor Generation and Transport from Mushroom Composting Facilities

  19. 14 Ventilation Fermentation of Cotton-seed Hulls, Population Dynamics of Microflora and Biochemical Changes During Fermentation

  20. 15 Potential Application of Ganoderma Polysaccharides in the Immune Surveillance and Chemoprevention of Cancer

  21. 16 Biomedical Research and the Application of of Mushroom Nutraceuticals from Ganoderma lucidum

  22. 17 Effective Dosage of the Extract of Ganoderma lucidum in the Treatment of Various Ailments

  23. 18 Medicinal Efficacies of Ganoderma lucidum (XV) Anti-HIV Activities of Ganoderma lucidum

  24. 19 Application of Extracted Waste from Basidiomes of Ganoderma for Healing Enhancement of Skin Wounds

  25. 20 Isolation and Characterization of Polysaccharides from Ganoderma lucidum

  26. 21 Crystallization and some Characterization of Flammulin Purified from the Fruit Bodies of Flammulina velutipes

  27. 22 Anti-Diabetic Mechanism of Maitake Grifola frondosa

  28. 23 New Developments of Cultivation Technologies and New Products in a Central European Mushroom Company, Hungary

  29. 24 Air Flow Effects on Mushroom Production

  30. 25 Manufactured and Recycled Materials Used as Casing in (Agaricus bisporus) Mushroom Production

  31. 26 Composting for Agaricus -Recent Developments and Present Position in India

  32. 27 Agaricus bisporus Casing Layer V, Water-Holding Increased by Adding Gels to Clay Chips

  33. 28 Commercial Production of Shiitake (Lentinula edodes) Using Whol-log Chips of Quercus, Lithocarpus and Acer

  34. 29 Yield Stimulation of Shiitake by Millet Supplementation of Wood Chip Substrate

  35. 30 Investigation into Cultivation Parameters for Australian Species of Lepista

  36. 31 Development of Fungal Biotechnology Based on Environmental Determinants of Activity and Phenotypic Expression

  37. 32 Bioremediation of Olive Oil Mill Wastes Through the Production of Fungal Biomass

  38. 33 Cultivation of Ganoderma Bonsai

  39. 34 Correlation between Tolerance to 2-deoxy-D-glucose and Productivity of Strains of Pleurotus ostreatus

  40. 35 Studies on Carbon and Nitrogen Nutrition of Lentinula laterita (Berk.) Pegler Strains from Northeastern India

  41. 36 Relative Ability of Wild Isolates and Cultivars of Agaricus bisporus to Degrade Conventional Mushroom Compost

  42. 37 Chemical changes in Peat as a Result of Neutralizing with Lime during the Preparation of Mushroom Casing

  43. 38 Effect of Sucrose Ester of Fatty Acids on Fruit Body Formation of Pleurotus ostreatus

  44. 39 Some Physiological Aspects of the Cultivation of Lentinula edodes (Berk.) Sing

  45. 40 Analysis and Comparison of the Amino Acids in Seven Strains of White Flammulina velutipes

  46. 41 Occurence and Initial Observations of Morchella in Australia

  47. 42 Biotechnological Investigations of Hericium erinaceum Pers. Bag-Log Cultivation to Increase Yield

  48. 43 The Australian Wild Fungi Research Group - Creating a Better Future for Australian Horticulture

  49. 44 Cultivation of Oyster Mushrooms (Pleurotus spp), Evaluations of Different Media and Organic Substrates

  50. 45 Use of Industrial Tea Leaf Waste for Cultivation of Oyster Mushrooms

  51. 46 Cultivation of Pleurotus tuber-regium (Fr.) Singer for Production of Edible Sclerotia on Agricultural Wastes

  52. 47 Investigations of Genotypes and Substrates for the Fruit Body Production of Grifola frondosa

  53. 48 Cultivation Tecchnology of Pleurotus Species Prodcution in Bangladesh

  54. 49 PCR Analysis of Three RNA Genetic Elements in agaricus bisporus

  55. 50 Permethrin Resistance in Lycoriellla mali Populations from Agaricus Mushroom Farms

  56. 51 Diflubenzuron Impacts on Shiitake and Pleurotus Production and Lycoriella mali Oviposition and Larval Development

  57. 52 Toxin Production In a Mushroom Pathogenic Bacterium, Pseudomonas tolaasi strain PT814 is Activated by Signals Present in a Host

  58. 53 Contamination Encountered during Various Phases of Cultivation of Pleurotus ostreatus in Tropical Mexico

  59. 54 Effects of Chemical Treatment of Long Method Compost on Yellow Molds, Compost, Mycoflora and Yield of Agaricus bisporus

  60. 55 Flavor and Texture of the Common Mushroom, Agaricus bisporus

  61. 56 The density of Common Mushroom (Agaricus bisporus) Tissue Related to the Shrinkage at Heating

  62. 57 Improvement in Yield and Quality Atributes of Canned Mushrooms by Addition of Calcium Chloride to the Irrigation Water

  63. 58 Influence of Selected Cultural Factors on Realtive Tyrosinase Activity in Cultivated Mushrooms

  64. 59 Role of 10-oxo-trans-8-decenoic Acid in the Cultivated Mushroom, Agaricus bisporus

  65. 60 Use of Commercial Moisture Adsorbers to Increase the Shelf Life of Fresh Mushrooms

  66. 61 Biodegradation of Straw for Single Cell Protein Production - A Challenging Problem with Impact on the Mushroom Industry