champignon

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champignon

streptococcosis of the stump of the spermatic cord. Usually refers to castration of the horse.
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Spent wheat straw compost of Agaricus bisporus mushroom as ruminant feed.
The species Agaricus bisporus starts as a creamy round cap, and then it flattens into a parchment-colored saucer.
Agaricus bisporus is one of the most intensively cultivated and extensively researched edible mushroom species in the world (Chang 2005).
For Agaricus bisporus C:N ratio variation is from 15:1 to 17:1 (MACCANNA, 1984), for Pleurotus fabellatus is from 30:1 to 117:1 (SRIVASTAVA; BANO, 1970), for Pleurotus tuber regium is from 18:1 to 36:1 (WU et al.
But it suggests the Agaricus bisporus, or white, and Agaricus brunnescens, or chestnut, varieties are healthier than most people have supposed.
Penn State Research Foundation (University Park, PA) has patented a highly effective, convenient, and expeditious genetic transformation system for filamentous fungi, such as Agaricus bisporus.
White button, brown crimini and portabella mushrooms are different forms of the same farm-raised species, Agaricus bisporus.
Tests in Japan have found that a patented extract of this mushroom - also called agaricus bisporus - was effective against body odours including stool smell.
Yet this classification also includes the commercial mushroom Agaricus bisporus, as well as its wild relative, Agaricus campestris the oyster mushroom, Pleurotus ostreatus, and the fairy ring mushroom.
White button Agaricus bisporus Sports of brown mushrooms, these dominate the marketplace, come in varying sizes
After the seed culture grows, clay loam soil with medium viscosity is put on them to produce Agaricus bisporus mushrooms (fruiting bodies).