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Screening and Evaluation of Streptomyces Species as a Potential Biocontrol Agent against a Wood Decay Fungus, Gloeophyllum trabeum

Jung SJ, Kim NK, Lee DH, Hong SI, Lee JK

Two-hundred and fifty-five strains of actinomycetes isolated from soil samples were screened for their antagonistic activities against four well-known wood decay fungi (WDF), including a brown rot fungus, Gloeophyllum trabeum...
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The Mycobiota of Air Inside and Outside the Meju Fermentation Room and the Origin of Meju Fungi

Kim DH, Kim SH, Kwon SW, Lee JK, Hong SB

The fungi on Meju are known to play an important role as degrader of macromolecule of soybeans. In order to elucidate the origin of fungi on traditional Meju, mycobiota of...
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Molecular Identification of Schizophyllum commune as a Cause of Allergic Fungal Sinusitis

Won EJ, Shin JH, Lim SC, Shin MG, Suh SP, Ryang DW

Schizophyllum commune, a basidiomycetous fungus, rarely causes disease in humans. We report a rare case of allergic fungal sinusitis caused by S. commune in a 14-yr-old girl. The patient presented...
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Growth and Cultural Characteristics of Ophiocordyceps longissima Collected in Korea

Sung GH, Shrestha B, Han SK, Sung JM

  • KMID: 2312620
  • Mycobiology.
  • 2011 Jun;39(2):85-91.
We investigated the effect of nutritional and environmental factors on Ophiocordyceps longissima mycelial growth. The longest colony diameter was observed on Schizophyllum (mushroom) genetics complete medium plus yeast extract, Schizophyllum...
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Growth and Cultural Characteristics of Cordyceps cardinalis Collected from Korea

Sung GH, Shrestha B, Han SK, Kim SY, Sung JM

  • KMID: 2312590
  • Mycobiology.
  • 2010 Dec;38(4):274-281.
Cordyceps cardinalis was reported in Japan and the USA in 2004, and its fruiting bodies have recently been cultured in Korea. Herbarium specimens preserved at the Cordyceps Research Institute, Mushtech,...
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Cultural Characteristics of Shimizuomyces paradoxus Collected from Korea

Sung GH, Shrestha B, Park KB, Sung JM

This study investigated the cultural characteristics of Shimizuomyces paradoxus in different nutritional and environmental conditions. The highest mycelial growth was observed in Schizophyllum (mushroom) genetics complete medium plus yeast extract...
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Characteristics of Metacordyceps yongmunensis, a New Species from Korea

Sung GH, Shrestha B, Sung JM

Metacordyceps yongmunensis is a newly reported species from Korea, which is very similar to Cordyceps species in morphological characters. It grows on large lepidopteran pupa, and numerous white stromata grow...
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Cultural Conditions for Mycelial Growth and Molecular Phylogenetic Relationship in Different Wild Strains of Schizophyllum commune

Alam N, Cha YJ, Shim MJ, Lee TS, Lee UY

  • KMID: 2312559
  • Mycobiology.
  • 2010 Mar;38(1):17-25.
The common split-gilled mushroom, Schizophyllum commune is found throughout the world on woody plants. This study was initiated to evaluate conditions for favorable vegetative growth and to determine molecular phylogenetic...
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Physicochemical Requirement for the Vegetative Growth of Schizophyllum commune Collected from Different Ecological Origins

Imtiaj A, Jayasinghe C, Lee GW, Kim HY, Shim MJ, Rho HS, Lee HS, Hur H, Lee MW, Lee UY, Lee TS

Schizophyllum commune is an edible and medicinal mushroom widely distributed in the world. The optimal growth conditions for the mycelia of 10 strains of the fungus were investigated. The temperature...
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Transformation of the Edible Basidiomycete, Pleurotus ostreatus to Phleomycin Resistance

Kim BG, Joh JH, Yoo YB, Magae Y

For transformation of Pleurotus ostreatus, two novel vectors, pPhKM1 and pPhKM2, were constructed, using the regulatory sequences of the P. sajor-caju beta-tubulin gene (TUB1) and the ble gene encoding phleomycin...
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