CONTENTS (Volume I)

THEME LECTURE

1 A global perspective on the high five: Agaricus, Pleurotus,Lentinula,
Auricularia Flammulina
.
Daniel J Royse 1

SESSION-I: BIODIVERSITYAND TAXONOMY

Keynote Presentation

2. Mushroom biodiversity in India-prospects and potential TN Lakhanpal 7

Oral Presentations

3. Collection, identification and morphological characterization Gateri MW,of indigenous mushrooms in coastal Kenya Ndung UB, Muriuki AWRauwl V and Kabacia S 17
4. Diversity of resupinate, non-poroid agaricomycetous fungi in the Himalaya and adjoining areas Gurpaul Singh Dhingra 24
5. Conservation and characterization of Pleurotus variability of India Meera Pandey, Rajesh Babu D, Satisha G,
Shivshankara KS, Shamina Azeez, Tapas Roy,
Mazhar Jameel, Nandini R, Punita Kumari and
P Swarnlatha
42
6.Medicinal mushrooms in Italy and their ex situ E Savino, CGirometta,
conservation through culture collection
S Chinaglia, MGuglielminetti,
MRodolfi, ABernicchia,
CPerini, ESalerni and AMPicco
50
7. Family Pluteaceae in North West India Munruchi Kaur and Yadwinder Singh 55
8. Diversity of macrofungal communities in Chikmagalur district of Western Ghats, India Krishnappa M Swapna S and Syed Abrar 71
9. Diversity of poroid mushrooms in Punjab: family Hymenochaetaceae Avneetpal Singh, Gurpreet Kaur and Gurpaul Singh Dhingra 83
  

Poster Presentations

 

10. Diversity of wild mushroom flora from Indian Thar desert
Praveen Gehlot, Ruchika Sharma and Kamna Sharma 92
11. Ethnomycology in the “Tacaná volcano biosphere reserve”, Chiapas, Mexico Medina Arias FG, Andrade Gallegos RH and Sánchez JE 98

SESSION-II: GENOMICS, GENETICS AND BREEDING

Oral Presentations

 

12. Spawn cryopreservation of Agaricus bisporus and A. subrufescens strains Gerardo Mata, Rosalía Pérez Merlo, Jean Michel Savoie and Dulce Salmones 108
13. Phylogenetic relationships of Ganoderma species
based on mitochondrial and nuclear DNA sequences from Tamil Nadu, India
K Malarvizhi 113
14. DNA markers reveal genome-wide variations in the strains of button mushroom (Agaricus bisporus) Mahesh C Yadav 122
15. Genetic variability in strains of Volvariella volvacea collected from the state of Odisha, India OP Ahlawat, KB Mohapatra, Harleen Kaur and Manjit Singh 135


Poster Presentations

 

16. Genetic characterization of single spore isolates of Agaricus bisporus (Lange) Imbach
Geeta Sharma, SK Mishra and KPS Kushwaha
145
17. Sequence analysis of partial tef1 and rpb2 genes of different Pleurotus eryngii isolates by means of PCR-RFLP József Szarvas, Károly Pál and Andras Geösel 151

SESSION-III: BIOINFORMATICS AND NANOTECHNOLOGY

Oral Presentations

18. The whole genome sequence of Volvariella volvacea will facilitate resolution of problems limiting its commercial exploitation Dapeng Bao, Mingjie Chen, Hong Wang and Qi Tan 160
19. Identification of the WRKY transcription factors in Agaricus bisporus (white button mushroom)
Shwet Kamal, Manjit Singh, RC Upadhyay, VP Sharma, Mamta Gupta, V Arunachalam and Pat Heslop Harrison
167

SESSION-IV: BIOLOGY, BIOCHEMISTRY, PHYSIOLOGYAND DEVELOPMENT

Keynote Presentations


20. Fungal unspecific peroxygenases : a new generation of oxygen-transferring biocatalysts Martin Hofrichter, René Ullrich, Harald Kellner, Ramesh C Upadhyay and Katrin Scheibner 172

Oral Presentations

21. A study on bioactive fluorescent compounds from selected mushrooms and its antimicrobial activity Sadasivam Mona, D Priya Tharsani, Subramanian Chandra Sekarenthiran and Karuppan Perumal 182
22. Anti-fatigue effects of Agaricus bisporus extract in rats Naveen S and Anilakumar KR
185
23. Comparative study on the production, purification
and characterization of exopolysaccharides from oyster mushrooms Pleurotus florida and Hypsizygus ulmarius and their applications
Karunagaran Latha and Ramakrishnan Baskar 192
24. Purification and characterization of an N-acetyl-D- glucosamine specific lectin from the Australian mushroom Psathyrella asperospora Mohamed Ali Abol Hassan,
Razina Rouf , Joao P Ribeiro, Fabia Jäggin, Christopher J Day, Annabelle Varrot,
Evelin Tiralongo, Tom W May, Anne Imberty and Joe Tiralongo
199
25. Antioxidant and functional properties of –glucan extracted from edible mushrooms Agaricus bisporus, Pleurotus ostreatus and Coprinus atramentarius Asma Ashraf Khan, Adil Gani, FA Masoodi, Shaheen Kousar
and Mudasir Ahmad
210
26. Qualitative phytochemical screening, total phenolic content and in vitro antioxidant activity in methanolic extracts of Morchella esculenta Fr.
Monika Thakur and TN Lakhanpal
215
27. SEM study of exosporial ornamentation of basidiospores in genus Russula, Lactarius and Lactifluus from North-West Himalaya NS Atri, Munruchi Kaur and Samidha Sharma 221
28. Lignolytic enzymes of Calocybe indica RC Upadhyay and Tripathi Astha 225

Poster Presentations

29. Growth of the edible mushroom Pleurotus ostreatus on different concentrations of di (2-ethyl hexyl) phthalate in solid and in liquid media Gabriela Córdoba-Sosa,
Angel González-Márquez,
José Luis Torres, Miriam Ahuactzin -Perez, Gerardo Díaz-Godínez, Rubén Díaz Godinez
and Carmen Sánchez
231
30. Laccase gene expression of Pleurotus ostreatus grown at different pH of the liquid culture medium Díaz Rubén Godinez, Sánchez Carmen and Díaz-Godínez Gerardo 238
31. Laccases and manganese peroxidases of Pleurotus ostreatus grown in solid-state fermentation Varela-Floriano V, Díaz R, Tellez-Tellez M, Sanchez C and Diaz-Godinez G 243
32. Identification of ergosterol in mushrooms Shiveta Raina, Harpreet Singh Sodhi and Shikha Sethi 247


SESSION-V: WASTE CONVERSION & UTILIZATION, SUBSTRATES, CASING AND CROP MANAGEMENT

Keynote Presentations

 

33. Biochemical features influencing mushroom-substrate compatibility John Buswell 252
34. Production of spawn for lignicolous mushroom in a clean room- environment: risk analysis and rules of conduct Magda Verfaillie and Kasper Moreaux 258
35. Biotechnological potential of ten Pleurotus djamor strains Lilia Moreno Ruiz, René H Andrade, José E Sánchez
and El Colegio De La Frontera Sur
262
36. Lentinula edodes cultivation techniques and models in China Qi Tan, Xiaodong Shang, Lujun Zhang, Yu Li, Hailong Yu, Feng
Zhou, Meiyan Zhang and
Chunyan Song
271

Oral Presentations


37. Biological efficiency of wild type and commercial Agaricus bisporus strains Johan Baars, Patrick Hendrix and Anton Sonnenberg 274
38. Vegetative growth of different strains of Pleurotus and Lentinula species on cassava (Manihot esculenta) and yam (Dioscorea rotundata) wastes in Ghana Dzomeku M, Narh Mensah DL, Obodai M, Prempeh J,
Takli RK, Komlaga GA,
DziedzoaveN andSonnenbergA
280
39. Cultivation of oyster mushrooms on cassava waste Anton SM Sonnenberg, Johan JP Baars, Mary Obodai and Agnes Asagbra 286
40. Exploitation of thermophilic fungi in compost production for white button mushroom (Agaricus bisporus) cultivation-
A review
B Vijay and Ashutosh Pathak 292
41. Investigation into the microbial community changes that occur in the casing layer during cropping of the white button mushroom, Agaricus bisporus John Pecchia, Rachel Cortese and Istvan Albert 309
42. Performance of straw mushroom (Volvariella volvacea) raised as an intercrop in coconut plantations of coastal Odisha KB Mohapatra
and Niranjan Chinara
314
43. The research, development and application of the fermentation accelerator, a new material for edible mushroom cultivation
on unsterilized substrate

Han Shenghua and Ye Caiyun
318
44. Effect of Pleurotus ostreatus colonized substrate on broiler chicken growth Mateus Santos, Luiz Alberton, Juliana Valle, Giani Linde
and Nelson Colauto
323
45. Drip irrigation, a new way of watering Agaricus bisporus cultivation: increased production and lower carbon footprint Ofer Danay, Dov Raz, Nirit Ezoz, Ilana Barski and Dan Levanon 325

Poster Presentations

46. An innovative method of preparation of healthy grain spawn Arvind Kumar Paswan and RN Verma 330
47. Comparative cultivation experiments of Pleurotus eryngii isolates József Szarvas, András Geösel and Anna Szabó 337
48. Comparative evaluation of casing mixtures on the yield potential of button mushroom (Agaricus bisporus) Ram Chandra, VN Pandey and HB Singh 345
49. Evaluation of different strains of oyster mushroom for their cultural, morphological and yield attributes Rakesh Kumar and KPS Kushwaha 351
50. Optimizing mushroom spawn production in Uganda Pradeep Malakar, Qi Tan,
Mingjie Chen, Zengtao Xing,
John Buswell, Qui Sun,
MR Xiaoping Wei, Charles Kwesiga, Arthur Tugume, Peace Byandusya, Magda Verfaillie, Janiffer Mayambala, Perpetua Ipulet and James Akanyijuka
356
51. Quality improvement of casing material and yield in milky mushroom (Calocybe indica) by using biofertilizers and different substrates Ashok C Jadhav, Dattatray B Shinde, Santosh B Nadre
and Darshan S Deore
359
52. Yield performance and element profiling of different strains of Lentinula edodes (Berk.) Pegler Neelam, KPS Kushwaha and SK Mishra 365
53. Use of Trichoderma enriched button mushroom spent substrate (TEBMSS) for enhancing yield and quality of Kinnow mandarin Chandra Bhanu, JP Singh and B Gangwar 369


CONTENTS (Volume II)


SESSION-VI: MYCO-MOLECULES, MEDICINAL, NUTRITIONAL AND NUTRACEUTICAL PROPERTIES

Keynote Presentations

54. Potential of mushroom bioactive molecules to develop healthcare biotech products Susanna M Badalyan 373
55. Advances in cultivation of medicinal fungi biomass and pharmaceutical compounds in bioreactors M Berovic, M Svagelj, B Boh, M Plankl, B Wraber and ES Kreft 379


Oral Presentations

56. Antiproliferative activity of bioactive compounds from mushrooms of Indian isolates Kaviyarasan V and 385 Shenbhagaraman R 385
57. Calocybe indica polysaccharides alleviates cognitive impairment, mitochondrial dysfunction and oxidative stress induced by D-galactose in mice Govindan Sudha, Cross Keeper, Jaba Pramila, Johnson Elizabeth
Elcy Rani, Shanmugam Jayasakthi
and Sadish Kumar Palur Manoharan
394
58. Effect of culinary medicinal mushrooms, Pleurotus ostreatus and P. cystidiosus on fasting and postprandial glycaemia in healthy volunteers Jayasuriya WJABN, Wanigatunge CA, Fernando GH, Abeytunga DTU
and Suresh TS
407
59. Prospective aspects of myco-chrome as promising future textiles Perumal Karuppan, Chandra Sekarenthiran Subramanian, Karuppuraj Velusamy,
Mona Sadasivam, Ponsugumari
Mahalingam, Ramayanam Baby Malleswari and Sagarika Devi
412
60. Status of edible and medicinal mushroom research in Sri Lanka JC Rajapakse 417
61. JC Rajapakse Humberto J Morris, Rosa C Bermúdez, Gabriel Llauradó,
Yaixa Beltrán and Nora García
422


Poster Presentation

62. In vitro and in vivo antidiabetic activity of Calocybe indica Prabu M and Kumutha Kalavalli R 433


SESSION-VII: MYCORRHIZAL, ENTOMOPATHIC AND OTHER NOVEL MUSHROOMS

Keynote Presentation

63. Mycorrhizal, entomopathic and novel mushrooms RP Singh and KK Mishra 438

Oral Presentations

64. Role of copper on growth, development and physiological effect of Pleurotus nebrodensis Hu Qing-Xiu, Wu Zheng-Wu, Zhang Rui-Ying, Zou Ya-Jie
and Yang Xiao-Hong
449
65. Orange dye from Pycnoporus sp. for textile industries Chandra Sekarenthiran Subramanian, Karuppuraj
Velusamy and Perumal Karuppan
456
66. The prospect of rot fungi in controlling of Trichoderma spp. in mushroom cultivation Lisdar Idwan Sudirman, Alhidayatullah and Dedy Duryadi Solihin 461
67. Toxicological evaluation of Inocybe virosa S Sailatha, S Naveen, Mahadeva Naika and KR Anilakumar 467
68. Identification of Tolypocladium paradoxum and Ophiocordyceps
yakusimensis
from China
Youjiu Tan, Zhuan Chen, Meili Liu, Kashif Zeeshan, Jjianfei Dong, Yuqin Wang, Changsheng Sun,
Xiaoni Bao and Li Zengzhi
473
69. Taxonomy, sociobiology, nutritional and nutraceutical potential of termitophilous and lepiotoid mushrooms from North West India NS Atri, Babita Kumari and RC Upadhyay 479
70. Biodiversity exploration of milky mushroom (Calocybe indica P&C)-concept to commercialization Krishnamoorthy Akkanna Subbiah 490
71. Molecular characterization and in vitro evaluation of indigenous Suillus isolates for the production of mycorrhizal blue pine (Pinus wallichiana) seedlings Balwant Verma and M Sudhakara Reddy 496

Poster Presentations

72. Crop cycle time, yield and protein content of Lentinus squarrosulus produced on some organic wastes Nneka Virginia Chiejina
and Dandy Ahamefula Osibe
504
73. Testing of entomopathogenic fungi in biological control against pine weevil Pavlik Martin, Lalik Michal,
Noge Michal and Skvarenina Juraj
509
74. Use of Phase II mushroom compost in Agaricus subrufescens production Arturo Pardo-Giménez, José Emilio Pardo, Jaime Carrasco,
Manuel Álvarez-Ortí and
Diego C Zied
516

SESSION-VIII: PESTS AND DISEASES

Oral Presentations

75. Cladobotryum mycophilum-causal agent of cobweb disease on commercial Agaricus bisporus and Pleurotus eryngii crops in Spain Gea FJ, Carrasco J, Santos M, Diánez F and Navarro MJ 523
76. Effect of essential oils on mycopathogens of Agaricus bisporus András Geösel, Anna Szabó, OzlemAkan andJózsefSzarvas 530
77. Integrated approaches for the management of Mycogone perniciosa causing wet bubble disease
VP Sharma, Satish Kumar, Shwet Kamal, Raj Kumar and Rajender Singh
536
78. Investigation on mushroom diseases in China Bian Yin-Bing 544
79. Chemical and biological control of diptera in Spanish mushroom crops Navarro MJ, Carrasco J and Gea FJ 549
80. In vitro lethal capability of ten strains of edible mushrooms against Haemonchus contortus (nematoda) infective larvae Comans-Pérez R, Aguilar- Marcelino L, Mendoza-de-Gives P, Sánchez JE and López-Arellano ME 557
81. Prevalence of competitor moulds and diseases in straw mushroom (Volvariella volvacea) beds and their management Niranjan Chinara and KB Mohapatra 563
82. Microbial contaminants in oyster mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus) cultivation, their management and role of meteorological factors MK Biswas 567

 SESSION-IX: VALUE ADDITION AND MUSHROOM PRODUCTS

Oral Presentations

 

83. Effect of cooking on antioxidant activity and phenolic content of various species of edible mushrooms of India Bindvi Arora 576
84. Improvement in nutritional and therapeutic properties of daily meal items through addition of oyster mushroom Asha Mane, Manisha Kale and Ujwala Dhewale 582

SESSION-X: ECONOMICS, SOCIAL, IT AND MARKETING ISSUES


Keynote Presentation

 

85. India on the threshold of a Non-Green Revolution RN Verma 594

Oral Presentations

86. Changing global scenerio in mushroom industry  Behari Lal Dhar 602
87. Regional mushroom mela and kisan goshthi: enabling farmers to access technology and advisory services Mahantesh Shirur 606
88. Status and scope of mushroom cultivation in Haryana- constraints and future outlook
Surjeet Singh and Ajay Singh
612
89. Evaluation of mushroom types suited for Kuttanad through participatory technology development Reeny Mary Zacharia, Dhanya Das, Suma Divakar, Thomas George and S Leena Kumary 615

Poster Presentations

90. Issues and opportunities in spread of mushroom enterprise in Odisha L Pradhan and MP Nayak 623
91. Mushroom acceptability and consumption intention for the main mushrooms produced in Brazil Giani Andrea Linde,
Talita Alessandra Ribeiro Nunes, Jéssica Rúbia Raimundo, Gilda Domingues, Eliane Ferreira Figueiredo Katia Cristina Santin, Juliana Silveira Do Valle and Nelson Barros Colauto
627
92. Seasonal growing of button mushroom in North India Arun Gupta 633
93. Technological and marketing fissures of button mushroom
at traditional and scientific know-how in mid hills of Uttarakhand state, India
SK Mishra, Geeta Sharma, Neelam and KPS Kushwaha 635