Mitropolskaya N.Yu.

The Influence of Carbon and Nitrogen Sources in Nutrient Media on Biomass Accumulation by Basidiomycetes Medicinal Mushrooms Genus Trametes (Fr.)

The article investigates the impact of natural sources of carbon and nitrogen nutrition and their quantitative ratio of biomass accumulation by medicinal basidiomycetes of the genus Trametes. The objects of the study were 18 strains of basidiomycetes species T. versicolor, T. suaveolens, T. gibbosa, T. hirsuta, T. zonatus, T. pubescens, T. serialis, T. trogii from Institute of Botany of N.G. Kholodny Institute of botany National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine collection of mushrooms.

Impact of Biogenic Metals Citrates Obtained by Aquananotechnology, on Growth and Biosynthetic Activity of Medicinal Mushroom Tra¬metes Versicolor

We conduct the comparative study of the impact of biogenic metals citrates such as zinc, magnesium, iron obtained using nanotechnology, on growth of mycelium and biosynthetical activity of medicinal fungi Trametes versicolor at their cultivation in a liquid medium. To characterize the biosynthetic activity, we determine mass fraction of organic acids, exopolysaccharides concentration of phenol-sulfate method, the protein content by Lowry, cellulolytic activity in carboxymethylcellulose (CMC-activity) and filter paper (FP-activity).

Boundary Temperatures for Cultivation of Basidiomycetes Mushrooms of Genus Coriolus Quel. in the Surface Culture

In this paper, we define the value of high and low boundary temperatures for 33 strains of basidiomycetes mushrooms of Coriolus. We prove the existence of strains variability for C. versicolor, C. zonatus, C. hirsutus depending on a high temperature. In addition, we obtain the research results on strains viability for C. zonatus, C. hirsutus and C. villosus at high temperatures for the first time ever.

Using information databases for the study of strains of biotechnologically valuable high basidiomycetes

This paper aims to develop a relational database of the Culture Collection of Pileate Fungi. To that end, we elaborate an information system and a simple visible interface that may enhance the attributive data operation on strains of high basiodiomycetes. This system allows using the data on strains of the Collection and their biotechnological properties more effectively.