2019
DOI: 10.1007/s00253-019-09883-z
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Caffeine metabolism during cultivation of oyster mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus) with spent coffee grounds

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“…The mycelium did not completely colonize the substrate S2, which contradicts the findings of Fan et al (2000). The poor mycelial colonization may be explained by the richness of SCG in caffeine (10-25 μmol g −1 ) (Campos-Vega et al, 2015), which was reported to inhibit mycelial growth (Carrasco-Cabrera et al, 2019). It could be due as well to the very low C/N ratio of S2, not suitable for the species requirements.…”
Section: Effect Of Substrate On Mushroom Productionmentioning
confidence: 86%
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“…The mycelium did not completely colonize the substrate S2, which contradicts the findings of Fan et al (2000). The poor mycelial colonization may be explained by the richness of SCG in caffeine (10-25 μmol g −1 ) (Campos-Vega et al, 2015), which was reported to inhibit mycelial growth (Carrasco-Cabrera et al, 2019). It could be due as well to the very low C/N ratio of S2, not suitable for the species requirements.…”
Section: Effect Of Substrate On Mushroom Productionmentioning
confidence: 86%
“…Pleurotus mushrooms rank second in the total global mushroom production (Royse, 2014). In commercial production, they are important the because of their gastronomic qualities and nutritional value (Carrasco-Cabrera et al, 2019). Pleurotus ostreatus is particularly treasured because of its carbohydrates, vitamins, and minerals contents (Cheung, 2010).…”
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“…Similarly, fermentation was performed using various mushroom mycelia to increase the SCG solubility. Pleurotus ostreatus was reported to decrease in caffeine during cultivation [29], and when Pleurotus eryngii was cultured with SCG [30], an increase in mycelium mass was reported. ; however, this was the first attempt made to use coffee grounds for the cultivation of C. sinensis.…”
Section: Changes In Reducing Sugar Glucosamine and Polyphenol Contents In A Submerged Culture Of C Sinensis With Scg Using An 8 L Fermentmentioning
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