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Judul: Selectivity Test for Some of the Solanaceae Family as Media For the Growth of Oyster Mushroom (Pleurotus sp) in Vitro
Penulis: Rr. Laras Anjarsari  || email:
Jurnal: Prosiding PERMAMA 2012 Vol. 1 no. 1 - hal. 173-180 Tahun 2012  [ Prosiding ]
Keywords:  Selective media, Solanaceae family. Plerutos ostreatus, in vitro
Abstract: Oyster mushroom sp.) is a food mushroom and useful for mycoremediation which usually is cultured on PDJ (Potato Dextrose Jelly) in vitro. PDJ is made from potato tubers including one family of. However, it is difficult and relatively expensive to acquire and a problem for the majority of mushroom farmers in the lowlands, since potatoes are usually grown in the highlands. This leads to the need to look for alternative selective medium for the growth of oyster mushrooms which is relatively cheap and easy to get among the oyster mushroom growers. This study aims to determine the potential of several members of the family of such as tomato ( ), eggplant ( ), and leuncha ( ) as selective media for oyster mushrooms media in vitro. The Oyster mushrooms isolated were obtained from Budget P4S district, Rancabungur, Bogor. The research was carried out with pure cultures growing oyster mushrooms on PDJ and alternative media TDJ (Tomato Dextrose Jelly), EDJ (Eggplant Dextrose Jelly), and LDJ (Leuncha Dextrose Jelly). Observation parameters measured were the diameter of mushroom mycelium growth in eight days from a Petri dish in millimeters (mm). The experiments were conducted in a completely randomized design. The treatment given is the type of media used. These experiments were using three treatments which the concentration of plant material were in 150 g/L, 200 g/L and 250 g/L. Results showed that the alternative media TDJ 200 g/L has the largest diameter mushroom mycelium growth than PDJ media and alternative media in the composition of other materials. However, the composition of 150 g/L only alternative media TDJ and EDJ has potential as an alternative selected media for oyster mushrooms than PDJ in vitro.
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