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Varietal characteristics of cross-bred Cordyceps militaris `Dowonhongcho`
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  • Journal title : Journal of Mushroom
  • Volume 13, Issue 3,  2015, pp.151-156
  • Publisher : The Korean Society Of Mushroom Science
  • DOI : 10.14480/JM.2015.13.3.151
 Title & Authors
Varietal characteristics of cross-bred Cordyceps militaris `Dowonhongcho`
Lee, Byung-joo; Lee, Mi-Ae; Kim, Yong-Gyun; Lee, Kwang-won; Choi, Young-sang; Lee, Byung-eui;
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 Abstract
Cordyceps militaris is being studied and cultivated as a medicinal mushroom having many valuable biological and pharmaceutical activities. In the breeding of new C. militaris mushroom, single ascospores were isolated and examined their mycelial growth, mycelial density, and production of stroma and perithecia. Among them selected isolates were crossed and hybrids were produced showing high quality fruiting bodies on artificial media. Mycelial growth rate of new strain `Dowonhongcho` was higher than that of better on `Yedang 3` on SDAY at . The stromata of new strain were club-shaped and bright orange-red. Its height was 6.1 cm and the cordycepin content was 0.34% on average. The new strain showed 9% higher yield than `Yedang 3` with producing firmer fruit bodies. The optimum temperature for mycelial growth was and the optimum temperature for stroma development was . Fruiting bodies were began to produce 45 days later after inoculation. This new cultivar may serve as a valuable one for artificial cultivation and industrial-scale production of C. militaris.
 Keywords
Cordyceps militaris;Fruiting body;Single ascospore;Stroma development;
 Language
Korean
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