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Caracteriza??o bromatológica de oito linhagens de Lentinula edodes (Shiitake) cultivadas em toras de Eucalyptus grandis
Andrade, Meire Cristina Nogueira de;Minhoni, Marli Teixeira de Almeida;Zied, Diego Cunha;
Ciência e Tecnologia de Alimentos , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-20612008000400005
Abstract: lentinula edodes is high quality food which is rich in proteins, vitamins, and minerals and poor in calories and fat. however, its nutritional value is variable according to the strain grown, processing after harvest, development stage of basidiomata, and substrate used. thus, the objective of this paper was to carry out the bromatological characterization of basidiomatas from eight (le-95/01, le-95/02, le-95/07, le-96/17, le-96/18, le-98/47, le-98/55 e le-96/13) l. edodes strains, whole or in parts (stalk and pileus), produced in e. grandis logs. we verified that both the l. edodes strains and parts of basidiomatas analyzed influenced nutritional responses of the samples. the stalk presented the highest raw fiber averages and the lowest raw protein averages. the pileus presented the highest ash averages. for all basidiomatas evaluations, the highest averages concerning raw protein contents were obtained for the strains le-95/07, le-96/17 and le-96/18. the highest raw fiber average was obtained for the l. edodes strain le-96/13. the lipids content of the pileus and the stalk did not vary among l. edodes strains.
Avalia??o nutricional do cogumelo shiitake [Lentinula edodes (Berk.) Pegler] em fun??o da linhagem e do tipo de eucalipto cultivado
Andrade, Meire Cristina Nogueira de;Minhoni, Marli Teixeira de Almeida;Zied, Diego Cunha;
Ciência e Tecnologia de Alimentos , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-20612008000400024
Abstract: the nutritional value of lentinula edodes (berk.) pegler varies according to strain, processing after harvesting, development stage of the basidiomata, and type of substrate used. the objective of this work was to evaluate the nutritional value of l. edodes basidiomata based on strain and type of eucalyptus cultivated. the experimental design was totally randomized in 2 x 10 factorial design (l. edodes strains x eucalyptus type) totalizing 20 treatments with 2 repetitions with each one corresponding to a sample of dehydrated and triturated basidiomata. according to the results obtained, it was verified that the nutritional properties of l. edodes (raw protein, ethereal extract, ashes, and raw fiber) are influenced by the eucalyptus x fungus interaction. thus, the best results found were: raw protein - le-96/18 strain cultivated in e. urophylla logs, with the average of 24,3%; ethereal extract - le-96/18 strain cultivated in logs of clone 23 with the average of 3,0%; ashes -le-96/18 strain cultivated in e. paniculata and e. camaldulensis logs and le-95/01 strain cultivated in e. citriodora logs with averages of 5,0%; raw fiber - le-95/01 strain cultivated in e. paniculata logs with averages of 20,5%.
Influência da temperatura no crescimento micelial de linhagens de Lentinula edodes / Temperature influence on the mycelial growth of Lentinula edodes strains
Marina Bortoleto Athayde,Diego Cunha Zied,Marli Teixeira de Almeida Minhoni,Meire Cristina Nogueira de Andrade
Ambiência , 2010,
Abstract: O objetivo do trabalho foi avaliar o crescimento micelial in vitro de dez linhagens de L. edodes (LED 12, LED 20, LED 25, LED 27, LED 33, LED 35, LED 51, LED 55, LED 58, e LED 75), quando submetidas às temperaturas de 15, 20 e 25 oC. Utilizou-se um meio agarizado preparado com extrato de madeira de eucalipto e farelo de soja, no qual fez-se a medi o radial do crescimento micelial das linhagens de L. edodes. O delineamento experimental foi inteiramente casualizado, em esquema fatorial 10 x 3, cada tratamento constando de 5 repeti es, correspondente a uma placa de Petri. Verificou-se que o crescimento de L. edodes é influenciado pela temperatura de incuba o, sendo que a temperatura de 25 °C foi mais favorável para o crescimento micelial de todas as linhagens de L. edodes. Destaque foi dado às linhagens LE 75, LE 55, LE 33 e LE 12 que obtiveram as maiores médias de crescimento micelial a 25 °C ao final do ciclo de cultivo.
Mineral composition of raw material, substrate and fruiting bodies of pleurotus ostreatus in culture
Sales-Campos,Ceci; Ferreira da Eira,Augusto; Teixeira de Almeida Minhoni,Marli; Nogueira de Andrade,Meire Cristina;
Interciencia , 2009,
Abstract: in a culture of a pleurotus ostreatus (oyster mushroom) strain, macro and micronutrients of the raw material and the initial and spent substrates were evaluated. substrates were formulated with sawdust from simarouba amara aubl. and ochroma piramidale cav. ex. lam., crushed bactris gasipaes kunth and crushed saccharum officinarum (sugar cane). samples were solubilized by means of acid digestion (nitric-peridrol). ca, mg, fe, cu, zn and mn were determined by atomic absorption spectrophotometry, na and k by atomic emission, and p by colorimetry. the mineral composition of the fruiting body varied with the substrates, which made possible the production of a fruiting body rich in k, p, mg and fe. potassium was the mineral with the highest content in the fruiting body in all substrates tested (36.83-42.18g·kg-1). there was an increase of protein and mineral content in the spent substrate in relation to the initial one.
Crescimento micelial in vitro de cinco linhagens de Agaricus bisporus submetidas a diferentes condi??es de temperatura
Andrade, Meire Cristina Nogueira de;Chavari, Jo?o Lucas;Minhoni, Marli Teixeira de Almeida;Zied, Diego Cunha;
Acta Scientiarum. Agronomy , 2010, DOI: 10.4025/actasciagron.v32i1.33310.4025/actasciagron.v32i1.333
Abstract: the in vitro mycelium growth of agaricus bisporus strains abi-05/03, abi-06/04, abi-04/02, abi-06/05 and abi-01/01 was evaluated in solid culture media made up of compost. evaluations were performed by means of measurements of four diameters of the colonies, every 48 hours, during 12 days of incubation in darkness under 20 and 25oc. the experimental design consisted of randomized blocks, using the tukey test to compare averages. based on the obtained results, it was verified that: mycelium growth of a . bisporus is influenced by the temperature of incubation; the temperature of 25oc was more favorable to the mycelium growth of all a . bisporus strains; under the temperature of 20oc, the best growth was obtained with strains abi-06/05 and abi-01/01 and, under the temperature of 25oc, strain abi-01/01 showed significantly higher growth than all other strains.
Yield of four Agaricus bisporus strains in three compost formulations and chemical composition analyses of the mushrooms
Andrade, Meire Cristina Nogueira de;Zied, Diego Cunha;Minhoni, Marli Teixeira de Almeida;Kopytowski Filho, Jo?o;
Brazilian Journal of Microbiology , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S1517-83822008000300034
Abstract: three compost formulations, consisting of two varieties of cynodom dactylon (l.) pers. (coast-cross and tyfton) and oat (avena sativa) straw were tested for the cultivation of a. bisporus strains abi-01/01, abi-04/02, abi-05/03, and abi-06/04. a completely randomized experimental design in a factorial scheme was adopted, with 12 treatments (4 a. bisporus strains × 3 types of compost) and 8 replicates. each experimental unit corresponded to one box containing 12 12.5 kg fresh wet compost. the data were submitted to analysis of variance and the means were compared by tukey test. according to the results, productivity of mushrooms was influenced by strain and/or compost type. it was also verified that crude protein, ash, and crude fiber contents in the mushroom varied with a. bisporus strain and straw used in the formulation of the compost.
Physiochemical analysis and centesimal composition of Pleurotus ostreatus mushroom grown in residues from the Amazon
Sales-Campos, Ceci;Araujo, Lidia Medina;Minhoni, Marli Teixeira de Almeida;Andrade, Meire Cristina Nogueira de;
Ciência e Tecnologia de Alimentos , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0101-20612011000200027
Abstract: the objective of the present work was to evaluate the nutritional composition of mushrooms produced in alternative substrates in agricultural and agro-industrial residues from the amazon. c, n, ph, moisture, soluble solids, protein, lipids, total fibers, ashes, carbohydrates and energy were determined. substrates were formulated from simarouba amara aubl. and ochroma piramidale cav. ex. lam. sawdust and from bactris gasipaes kunth and saccharum officinarum stipe. results showed that the nutritional composition of p. ostreatus varied according to the cultivation substrate and that it can be considered important food due to its nutritional characteristics such as: high protein content; metabolizable carbohydrates and fiber; and low lipids and calories contents.
Análise química da madeira e casca de diferentes tipos de eucalipto antes e durante o cultivo de shiitake em toras
Andrade, Meire Cristina Nogueira de;Minhoni, Marli Teixeira de Almeida;Sansígolo, Cláudio Angeli;Zied, Diego Cunha;
Revista árvore , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-67622010000100018
Abstract: chemical composition of the wood and bark of seven eucalyptus species (e. saligna, e. grandis, e. urophylla, e. camaldulensis, e. citriodora, e. paniculata and e. pellita) and three eucalyptus clones (e. grandis x e. urophylla hybrids) were evaluated before and during log cultivation of shiitake (lentinula edodes) strains le-95/01 and le-96/18. each shiitake strain was inoculated into 9 logs, 1m in length and 9 to 14 cm in diameter, of each type of eucalyptus. the experimental design was complete randomized, with 20 treatments and 9 repetitions, with each log corresponding to a repetition. logs were kept in a greenhouse, at 25 oc ± 5 and relative air humidity between 60-80 %, for 12 months. chemical composition was determined in newly cut disks and barks wedges of eucalyptus (without inoculation of l. edodes strains) and disks wedges removed from inoculated logs after 8 of incubation. results showed differences in holocelluose, lignin and total extractives contents in wood and bark after cutting and after 8 months of incubation in the eucalypt species and clones. the highest hollocelullose decomposition rate in wood, over the time, occurred in e. saligna (5.5%), pointing out this species as the most favorable for micelial development of l. edodes, whereas for bark, it occurred in clone 24 (22.2%). e. camaldulensis presented the highest lignin decomposition rate in wood (6.8%), over the time. bark of e. grandis showed the highest lignin decomposition (21.9%) among the tested eucalyptus. l. edodes degraded more holocellulose and lignin from bark than from wood, indicating the importance of this material. bark of most eucalyptus types showed lower holocelluose content, higher total extractive content and lignin contents similar or higher compared with wood. the factor eucalypt type (species or clones) showed higher effect than l. edodes strains on degradation of holocelluose and lignin.
Mycelial growth of two Lentinula edodes strains in culture media prepared with sawdust extracts from seven eucalyptus species and three eucalyptus clones = Crescimento micelial de duas linhagens de Lentinula edodes em meios de cultura à base de extrato de serragem de sete espécies e três clones de eucalipto
Meire Cristina Nogueira de Andrade,Juliano Hojah da Silva,Marli Teixeira de Almeida Minhoni,Diego Cunha Zied
Acta Scientiarum : Agronomy , 2008,
Abstract: The in vitro mycelial growth of Lentinula edodes strains LE-95/01 and LE- 96/18 were evaluated in solid culture media prepared with sawdust extracts from seven eucalyptus species (E. saligna, E. grandis, E. urophylla, E. pellita, E. paniculata, E. citriodora, and E. camaldulensis) and three eucalyptus clones (E. grandis × E. urophylla hybrids). Evaluations were made every 48 hours by means of colony diameter measurements (mean of four transversely-oriented measurements), during ten days of incubation in the dark at 25oC±1°C. The experimental design consisted of randomized blocks, and treatment means were compared by Tukey test. The culture medium prepared from E. citriodora sawdust extract was the most promising to grow L. edodes strains LE-96/18 and LE-95/01. L. edodes strainLE-96/18 presented the fastest mycelial growth after incubation for ten days, regardless of sawdust extract type used in the culture medium. Avaliou-se o crescimento micelial in vitro das linhagens LE-95/01 e LE-96/18 de Lentinula edodes, em meios de cultura sólidos à base de extrato de serragem de sete espécies (Eucalyptus saligna, E. grandis, E. urophylla, E. pellita, E. paniculata, E. citriodora e E. camaldulensis) e três clones (híbridos de E. grandis x E. urophylla) de eucalipto. As avalia es foram realizadas por meio de medi es do diametro das col nias (média de quatro medidas diametralmenteopostas), a cada 48 horas, durante dez dias de incuba o, no escuro a 25oC ±1°C. O delineamento experimental foi o de blocos casualizados, com uso do teste de Tukey para a compara o das médias. O meio de cultura à base de extrato de serragem de E. citriodora foio mais promissor no crescimento das linhagens LE-96/18 e LE-95/01 de L. edodes. A linhagem LE-96/18 de L. edodes foi a que apresentou o crescimento micelial mais rápido após dez dias de incuba o, independentemente do tipo de extrato de serragem utilizado nomeio de cultura.
Avalia o do crescimento micelial de linhagens de shiitake, da produ o em toras de eucalipto e de altera es físicas da madeira = Evaluation of mycelium growth of shiitake strains, of production in Eucalyptus logs and of physical alteration of the wood
Meire Cristina Nogueira de Andrade,Fred Willians Calonego,Marli Teixeira de Almeida Minhoni,Elias Taylor Durgante Severo
Acta Scientiarum : Agronomy , 2007,
Abstract: Avaliou-se o crescimento micelial das linhagens de shiitake LE-95/01, LE-96/18, LE-96/13, LE-98/55, LE-98/47, LE-95/02, LE-95/06 e LE-95/07, a sua produ o em toras de eucalipto e as conseqüentes altera es em características físicas da madeira em decorrência da inocula o com a linhagem LE-96/18. O crescimento micelial foi avaliado em meio de cultura SA (serragem enriquecida com farelo-ágar) a 25°C. No cultivo em toras, cada linhagem foi inoculada em 40 toras de Eucalyptus grandis com 1 m de comprimento e 9 a 14 cm de diametro. As toras foram mantidas em estufa climatizada, com temperatura de 25°C ± 3 e umidade relativa entre 75-90%, durante 6 meses. Em seguida, foi realizado um “choque de indu o”, seguido da produ o de basidiomas. Verificou-se que: (1) a linhagem LE-95/01 obteve as maiores produ es, mesmo tendo crescimento mais lento no teste in vitro; (2) houve crescimento lento da linhagem LE-95/06 in vitro e baixa produ o de basidiomas; (3) o teor de umidade das toras inoculadas com a linhagem LE-96/18 sofreu aumento ao longo do cultivo, enquanto a massa específica sofreu diminui o. The growth rate of 8 strains of shiitake (LE-95/01, LE-96/18, LE-96/13, LE-98/55, LE-98/47, LE-95/02, LE-95/06 and LE-95/07), the production of these in Eucalyptus logs at the first flush, and consequent alterations in physical characteristics of the wood due the inoculation with the strain LED-96/18 were evaluated. The mycelium growth was inoculated in SA medium (sawdust enriched with crumb-agar), in the absence of light, at 25°C. In log cultivation, each strain was inoculated in 40 logs of Eucalyptus grandis with 1 meter length and 9 to 14 cm of diameter. The logs were maintained at 25°C ± 3 and relative humidity of 75-90%, for 6 months. Subsequently, the first flush was accomplished, and it was verified: (1) the lineageLE-95/01 obtained the largest production and slower mycelium growth in vitro; (2) there was slow growth of the strain LED-95/06 and low mushrooms production; (3) the moisture of the logs inoculated with strain LE-96/18 increased along the cultivation, whereas the specific mass decreased.
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