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2000, Part 1
Use of agricultural waste materials in the cultivationJ. Poppe3
Genetics and breeding of Agaricus bisporusA. S. M. Sonnenberg25
Medicinally important fungi V.E. COoi41
Detection of Hydrogen Peroxide in Cultures of the Edible Mushroom, Agaricus bisporusJ.-M. Savoie, M. Besson and J. Caluon55
Trehalose and mannitol metabolism in Agaricus bisporusW.J.B. Wannet, C. van der Dnft, HJ.M. Op den Camp and L.J.L.D. Van Gnensven63
The glutamine synthetase from the edible mushroom Agaricus bisporusM.A.S.H. Kersten, Cvan der Drift, HJ.M.Op den Camp, J.J.P. Baars, L.J.L.D. Van Griensven, P.J. Schaap, Y. Müller, J. Visser and J.A.M. Leunissen77
Maturation and activation of latent tyrosinase from Agaricus bisporusJ.C. Espin, C. Soler-Rivas and H.J. Wichers79
Cantharellus cibarius: Carbon and amino acid metabolism in relation to its fruit body-inhabiting fluorescent PseudomonasJ. I. Rangel-Castro, E. Danell, J. Borowicz, F. Martin87
The effect of light on catalase activity in Pleurotus morphogenesisO. Danay, I. Oleinik, D. Levanon, L. Chet and Y. Hadar95
Mushroom Mechanics and Mathematical Models of Mushroom MorphogenesisD. Moore, M.A. Reeve, A. Meskauskas, C. Sanchez and S.W. Chiu103
Cultivation substrate determines hyphal ultrastructure during development of Pleurotus pulmonarius fruit bodiesC. Sanchez109
Programmed cell death is not involved in initiation of the gill cavity of Coprinus cinereus: A study using morphological mutantsS.W. Chiu and D. Moore115
Gross- and microscopic anatomy of Agaricus bisporus in health and diseaseM.H. Umar and L.J.L.D. Van Griensven121
Molecular approaches to identify morphogenes in Agaricus bisporusS. Sreenivasaprasad, V. Krishnamurthy, S.M.J. Lewis and K.S. Burton129
Post-harvest quality in Agaricus bisporus: Changes in gene expressionD.C.Eastwood, C.S.Kingsnorth, H.Jones & K.S.Burton137
Selection systems for genetically modifying basidiomycetous fungiF.HJ. Schuren145
Molecular breeding of the oyster mushroom using a homologous DNA-mediated transformation systemY. Honda, T. Irie, T. Watanabe and M. Kuwahara151
Molecular techniques for the breeding of Pleurotus ostreatusL. Ramirez, L.M. Larraya, M.M. Penas, G. Pérez, A. Eizmendi, I. Agós, D. Arana, J. Aranguren, I. Inbarren, N. Olaberria, E. Palacios, B.E. Ugarte and A.G. Pisabarro157
Transformation technologies for mushroomsM.R. Challen, K.E. Gregory, S. Sreenivasaprasad, C.C. Rogers, S.B. Cutler, D.C. Diaper, T.J. Elliott and G.D. Foster165
Agrobacterium tumefaciens mediated transformation of Agaricus bisporusT.S.R. Mikosch, B. Lavrijssen, A.S.M. Sonnenberg and L.J.L.D. Van Griensven173
A brief history of marker assisted selection in Agaricus bisporusR.W.Kerrigan183
RAPD analysis of species diversity and genomic differences in Agaricus bisporusS. Song, W. Su, W. Zeng and Z. Wang191
Use of a SCAR marker for cap color in Agaricus bisporus breeding programsM. Loftus, L. Bouchti-King and C. Robles201
Molecular systematics of the genus Pleurotus using sequence-specific oligonucleotide probesH.K.Lee, C.S. Shin, K.B. Min, K.S. Choi, B.G. Kim, Y.B. Yoo and K.H. Min207
Phylogenetic analysis of the Agrocybe aegerita nd6 geneP. Gonzalez, G. Barroso and J. Labarčre215
Phylogeny and evolution of mitochondrial sequences in mushroomsP. Sirand-Pugnet, P. Gonzalez and J. Labarčre223
Diversity of rDNA sequences indicates that China harbours the greatest germplasm resource of the cultivated mushroom Lentinula edodesS.W.Chiu, W.T. Chiu, E.C. Lin and D. Moore239
Discovery of a wild Mediterranean population of Agaricus bisporus, and its usefulness for breeding workP. Callac, M. Imbernon, J. Guinberteau, L. Pirobe, S. Granit, J.-M. Olivier and I.Theochari245
Distribution of the mating type alleles in a Greek population of Pleurotus ostreatusI. Theochari and A. Nikolaou253
Genetic study on monokaryotic oidium formation from dikaryotic mycelia in a basidiomycete, Pholiota namekoH. Cao, H. Yamamoto and Y. Kitamoto259
Cloning cold-shock related genes from the Volvariella volvacea genomic libraryM. Chen, N. Li, N. Wang, X. Lin, Y. Pan and S.C. Jong267
Distribution and transmission of Agrocybe aegerita dsRNAsG. Barroso and J. Labarčre271
Observation and measurement of spores of different Agaricus species in a scanning electron microscopeC.E. Evered, R. Noble, C.M. Clay and R. Li281
Breeding brown hybrids of button mushroom (Agaricus bisporus) from a factorial crossA. Rodier, C. Devesse, T. Rousseau, R. Védie, M. Imbemon and J.M. Olivier 289
Breeding studies on development of high yielding and quality hybrids of Agaricus bitorquisM.C. Yadav, B.L. Dhar and R.N. Verma299
Cultivation oi Pleurotus ostreatus hybrids resistant to 2DG obtamed by pairings of neohaplonts from selected dikaryonsA. Arias, R. Ramirez and H. Leal305
Breeding biology and species relationships in the genus, AgaricusL. Calvo-Bado, M.P. Challen and T.J. Elliott311
Development of a sporeless strain of oyster mushroom Pleurotus ostreatuJ.J.P. Baars, A.S.M. Sonnenberg, T.S.P. Mikosch and L.J. L.D. Van Gnensven317
Minerals and microelements in the mushroom substrate: A production-limiting factor?B. Desrumaux, A. Calus and P. Sedeyn327
The effects of poultry manure based formulations on odor generation in phase I mushroom compostingJ.A. Pecchia, D.M. Beyer and P.J. Wuest335
The use of Time Domain Reflectometry to monitor water relations in mushroom substrate and casingD.M. Beyer, K.M. Lomax and R.B. Beelman341
NIRS as a tool for the rapid prediction of the chemical composition of compostJ.W. Resink and M. van den Hurk349
The succession of microfungi in the compost during the cultivation of Agaricus bisporus (Lange) ImbachI. Milenkovic, M. Ljaljevic Grbic and J. Vukojevic355
Influence of urea and ammonium chloride on crop yield and fruit body size of shiitake (Lentinula edodes)P.R. Kalberer361
Influence of wood chip particle size used in substrate on biological efficiency and post-soak log weights of shiitakeD.J. Royse and J.E. Sanchez-Vazquez367
Potential role of fungi for long term manned space missionsL. Marin-Vinader, F. Eckhard, Ch. Lassetir, H.J. Wichers and C. Soler-Rivas 375
Use of sugarcane bagasse for mushroom and animal feed productionI .G. Permana, G. Flachowsky, U.ter Meulen and F.Zadrazil385
Activities of ligninolytic enzymes as a means for monitoring the colonization of straw substrate pretreated at different temperatures by Pleurotus ostreatusCin der Wiesche, M. Wolter, F. Zadrazil and S. Aksu391
Survey of microbial diversity within mushroom substrate using molecular techniquesK.L. Ivors, D.M. Beyer, P.J. Wuest and S. Kang401
In vivo interaction studies on mesophilic fungi isolated during Agaricus bisporus compostingB.Vijay, S.R. Sharma and T.N. Lakhanpal409
Micromycetes in the substrate and the hyphosphere of Agaricus bisporusN.Nugaeva417
Growth of Agaricus bisporus on grain pre-colonized by Humicola insolens and growth of mushroom mycelium from this spawn on compostV;T.Bilay425
Continuous measurement of casing soil and compost water availability in relation to mushroom yield and qualityR.Noble, T.Rama and A. Dobrovin-Pennington433
Impact of physico-chemical properties of casing on yield of Agaricus bisporus (Lange) ImbachM. Singh, R.E. Singh and H.S. Chaube441
Microbiological properties of casingT. Fermor, S. Lincoln, R. Noble, A. Dobrovin-Pennington and N. Colauto447
Osmotic/matric potential affects mycelial growth and endogenous reserves in Agaricus bisporusT.M. Beecher, N. Magan and K.S. Burton455
2000, Part 2
Water hardness and CaCl2 in Dutch mushroom growing systems: Effect on yield and qualityB. Desrumaux, A. Calus and P. Sedeyn467
The effect of calcium chloride irrigation on yield and quality of Agaricus bisporusP. Diamantopoulou, A. Philippoussis, L. Lahouvaris and G. Parissopoulos475
Cultural strategies to increase yield and improve quality of fresh and processed mushroom (Agaricus bisporus) productsR.B. Beelman, S. Simons and D. Beyer483
Addition of calcium chloride to irrigation water increases calcium content and improves quality of Agaricus mushrooms independent of inherent calcium content R.B. Beelman and S. Simons491
Calcium and selenium enrichment during cultivation improves the quality and shelf life of Agaricus mushroomsS.C.Hartman, R.B.Beelman & S.Simons499
Dry matter content in mushrooms (Agaricus bisporus) as an mdicator for mushroom quality P.CCvan Loon, H.A.T.I.Swinkels & L.J.L.D.Van Griensven507
Biodegradation of lignocellulosic wastes through cultivation of Pleurotus sajor-cajuM.P. Singh517
Potential for the cultivation of exotic mushroom species by exploitation of Mediterranean agricultural wastesA. Philippoussis, P. Diamantopoulou, G. Zervakis and S. Ioannidou523
Effect of nutrients on mycelial growth and sclerotia formation in Morchella esculentaS.K. Singh and R.N. Verma531
Woodland Specialty Mushrooms: Who Grows Them and What Are the Problems?J.N. Bruhn, M.E. Kozak and J. Krawczyk 535
Cultivation techniques for Dictyophora, Polyporus umbellata, and Coprinus comatusM.-M. Chen543
Bioconversion of wheat straw by Lentinus tuber regium and its potential utilization as food, medicine and animal feed A. Braun, M. Wolter and F. Zadrazil, G. Flachowsky and C.C. Mba549
Pathology and pathogenesis of Mycogone perniciosa infection of Agaricus bisporusM.H. Umar, F.P. Geels and L.J.L.D. Van Griensven561
Studies on wet bubble disease of white button mushrooms (Agaricus bisporus) caused by Mycogone perniciosaS.R. Sharma and S. Kumar569
Siderophore producing bacteria as potential biocontrol agents of mushroom diseasesM.Singh, R.P.Singh & H.S.Chaube577
Chemical and biological management of major fungal pathogens of Agaricus bisporus (Lange) ImbachN. Bhatt and R.R. Singh587
The liberation of cobweb (Cladobotryum mycophilum) conidia within a mushroom cropB.A.T. Adie and H.M. Grogan595
Cell wall degrading enzymes produced by Verticillium spp. and their relationship to infection in Agaricus bisporusP.R. Mills, T. Fermor, S. Muthumeenakshi and S. Lincoln601
Moulds in spawn-run compost and their effect on mushroom productionH.M.Grogan, A.Scruby & L.Harvey609
Management of Green Mould disease in CanadaD.L. Rinker and G. Alm617
Green mould disease in France: Trichoderma harzianum Th2 and other species causing damages on mushroom farmsM.L. Mamoun, R. lapicco, J.-M. Savoie and J.-M. Olivier625
Evaluation of epidemiological factors and mushroom substrate characteristics influencing the occurrence and development of Trichoderma green moldD.M. Beyer, P.J. Wuest and J.J. Kremser633
Using spawn strain resistance to manage Trichoderma green moldM.G. Anderson, D.M. Beyer and R.J. Wuest641
Green mould disease - The study of survival and dispersal characteristics of the weed mould Trichoderma, in the Irish mushroom industryE. Morris, O. Harrington and O.R.E. Doyle645
Identification of Trichoderma species causing green mould in button mushroom farms, distribution and their relative abundance Y.R. Danesh, E.M. Goltapeh and H. Rohani653
Studies on interaction between Trichoderma species and Agaricus bisporus myceliumE.M. Goltapeh and Y.R. Danesh661
Inoculum adaptation changes the outcome of the competition between Lentinula edodes and Trichoderma spp. during shiitake cultivation on pasteurized wheat straw J.-M. Savoie, R. Delpech, C. Billette and G. Mata667
Control of Trichoderma with glucose oxidase M. Jansen, J.A. Field and L.J.L.D. Van Griensven675
Sources of variations in the assessment of Agaricus bisporus susceptibility to brown blotchM.L. Mamoun, F. Moquet, J.-M. Olivier and C. Devesse681
Biological control of some important mushroom diseases in Turkey by fluorescent PseudomonadsT. Bora and H. Özaktan689
Bacterial inoculants and their effect on the pinning, yield and false truffle disease mcidence in Agaricus bitorquisO.P. Ahlawat and R.D. Rai 695
A new virus disease of Agaricus bisporus?R.H. Gaze, L. Calvo-Bado, M.R. Challen, B.A.T. Adie and C.R. Romaine701
Population development ofmushroom pests on species and strains of AgaricusP.F. White and J.E. Smith707
The science ofmushroom quality K. Burton, S. Sreenivasaprasad, D. Eastwood, T. Rama, T. Beecher and S. Molloy715
Identification and quality evaluation of two wild mushrooms in relation to Agaricus bisporus from JordanK.I. Ereifej and A.M. Al-Raddad721
Relationship between sporophore morphology and mushroom qualityT. Rama, K.S. Burton and J. F.V. Vincent725
Dynamics of water translocation in freshly harvested and stored mushrooms of Agaricus bisporusT.M. Beecher and N. Magan733
Post harvest fungal contaminants of Pleurotus sajor-caju and Volvariella volvaceae and its biological managementP. Gogoi and R. Bamah741
Postharvest development of the common mushroom (Agaricus bisporus)A. Braaksma745
Acceptability and protein quality of supplementary foods developed out of oyster mushroom powder (Pleurotus sajor-caju)A. Mane, S. Deshmukh, P. Mohite and G. Pusatkar753
Developmental plasticity of Hong Kong lingzhi as a response to the environmentS.W. Chiu, K.W. Cheung and W.L. Chu, W.M. Law, H.W. Au Yeung and S.Y. Ma757
Investigations of mycelium growth and fruit body development of different strains of the beech mushroom Shimeji (Hypsizygus marmoreus Bull.: Fries) SingerM. Lomberh, A. Buchalo, E. Solomko, A. Grygansky and B. Kirchhoff763
Shiitake cultivation systems A.W. Chen, N. Arrold and P. Stamets771
Growth of edible and medicmal mushrooms on commercial agar mediaV.T. Bilay, E.F. Solomko and A.S. Buchalo779
Applied research on edible mushrooms in the Republic of ArmeniaS.G. Nanagulyan783
The regulation of dietary supplements from medicinal mushroomsS.P. Wasser, E. Nevo, D. Sokolov, M. Timor-Tismenetsky and S.V. Reshetnikov789
Influence of substrate formulation and autoclave treatment on Lentinula edodes productionM. Kilpatrick, D.J. Murray and F. Ward803
Energy balance between growmg process and climate control in mushroom growingJ.H. Gielen813
Cultivation ofPleurotus ostreatus with beer spent grains and utilization of carbonized waste substrate as a soil améliorantK. Iwase, Y. Umezawa and K. Masuda819
Metabolization of pyrene in wheat straw by brown- and white-rot fungiM. Wolter and F. Zadrazil827
Bioremediation: Use of composts and composting technologies T. Fermor, N. Watts, T. Duncombe, R. Brooks, A. McCarthy, K. Semple and B. Reid833
Cultivation of edible mushrooms in Greece: Presentation of the current status and analysis of future trendsA. Philippoussis and G. Zervakis843
Competitive advantages of chain strategies in the Western European mushroom industryRJ.RZuurbier and AJ.J. van Roestel849
Mushroom growers' development of knowledgeG.J.F.M. van Megen-Boekestijn859
Teaching mushroom cultivation through distance educationM. Ramachandraiah863
Publications and citations in science and research on the button mushroom, Agaricus bisporusG. Straatsma, L.J.L.D. Van Griensven and G. Spikman871
Personnel management: Working conditions: The perception of laborM.J.J. Maas879
Personnel management: M.J.J. Maas883
Chain managementS.P.J. Klaver887
Computer control in mushroom growing: An updated inventory of applicationsF.H.M. Lamber891
The Mycocell SystemE. Hawton, R. Bartlett and L.J. Nisbet897
The effect of thermal buoyancy on airflow in mushroom-growing housesJ.Grant901
Fruit optimization with wastes used for outdoor cultivation of King StrophariaD. Domondon and J. Poppe909
Is conversion of lignocellulosics into feed with white rot fungi realizable? Practical problems of scale-up and technology transferF. Zadrazil919
A different perspective on casing soil J.F. deGier931
Progress in the cultivation of trufflesJ.M. Olivier937
Production technology optimization f or Auricularia fuscosuccineaG.E.Morales.G.Huerta-Palacios & J.E.Sanchez-Vazquez943
Studies on the effect of vinyl covering on Pleurotus spp. cultivation - Improved picking efficiency of P. ostreatus and P. sajor-cajuS.J. Oh, W.S. Kong and H.K. Kim949
Cultivation of the black oak mushroom Lentinula edodes in ChinaE.C. Lin, X.M. Yang and Z.W. Wang955
High production technology for Oyster mushroom Pleurotus sajor-caju (Fr.) SingerC.S. Sangitrao959

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