The Biology and Cultivation of Edible Mushrooms by S. Chang, W. Hayes

By S. Chang, W. Hayes

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Agaricus edodes Berkeley, Challenger Exped. 3, 50 ( 1 8 7 8 ) . Illustrations: PI. 7. Pileus ( 4 ) 5-12 ( 2 0 ) cm broad, convex to nearly plane or with a low umbo, surface dry and d= appressed-fibrillose, the cuticle breaking into scales of various sizes and shapes, often rimóse with white context show­ ing, color pale to dark reddish brown. Context white or brownish near the cuticle, firm to tough-fleshy in age, softer in immature specimens; taste acidulous, odor slight but not distinctive. 32 Alexander Η.

O. ( 1 9 7 0 ) . Cytology of monosporous hyphae of Volvariella volvacea, J. Hortic. Set. China 16, 1-7. , and Couch, H. B. (1959). Cytological investigations of Kahatiella caulivora. Am. J. Bot. 46, 12-16. Day, A. W. (1972). Genetic implications of current models of somatic nuclear di­ vision in fungi. Can. J. Bot. 50, 1337-1347. Duncan, E. G. (1970). Post-meiotic events in Boleti. Trans. Br. Mycol. Soc. 54, 3 6 7 370. Duncan, E. , and MacDonald, J . A. (1965). Nuclear phenomena in Marasmius androrsaceus and Marasmius rotula.

I. Hyphae which have resulted from the germination of the basidiospore, have septa associated with nuclear migration, ( a ) The nucleus just touching the septum with its pointed end. Note that the round nucleus has become pear shaped. (b) The nucleus starting to pass through the septum as it pushes the septum toward the spore, ( c ) The shape of the nucleus continues to change as it continues to pass through the septum, ( d ) and ( e ) The nucleus has passed nearly halfway through the septum, (f) The nucleus has almost passed through the septum.

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