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Gloeophyllum odoratum (Brown Rot Fungus): In Vitro Culture, Growth, and Production of Volatiles, Sterols, and Triterpenes

  • K. Kahlos
Part of the Biotechnology in Agriculture and Forestry book series (AGRICULTURE, volume 37)

Abstract

The fruiting bodies of the brown rot fungus Gloeophyllum odoratum (Wulf. ex Fr.) Imaz. syn. Trametes odorata (Wulf. ex Fr.) Osmoporus odoratus (Wulf. ex Fr.) (Aphyllophorales, Basidiomycetes) are found in coniferous forests, chiefly in northern and rocky mountains in central Europe, in Asia, and occasionally in North America. In Fennoscandia, the fungus grows mostly on old stumps of the Norway spruce [Picea abies (L.) Karst.], very rarely on pine (Pinus sylvestris L.). The perennial brown fruit bodies are knotty, wedge- or plate-like medium-sized or large. The young parts are ochraceous to light brown in color (Fig. 1), later becoming dark brown to almost black or blackish gray. G. odoratum is not very common. The other known Gloeophyllum species are G. protactum, G. sepiarium, G. abietinum and G. trabeum. Only the fresh fruit bodies of G. odoratum produce a strong scent of aniseed, when it grows on spruce (Ryvärden 1978; Gilbertson and Ryvärden 1986).

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Liquid Culture Fruiting Body Malt Extract Agar Linalool Oxide Ergosterol Peroxide 
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  • K. Kahlos
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  1. 1.Department of Pharmacy, Biocenter 2University of HelsinkiHelsinkiFinland

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