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Bánfi, R., Pohner, Zs., Kovács, J., Luzics, Sz., Nagy, A., Dudás, M., Tanos, P., Márialigeti, K., Vajna, B. 2015. Characterisation of the large-scale production process of oyster mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus) with the analysis of succession and spatial heterogeneity of lignocellulolytic enzyme activities. Fungal Biology, 119, 1354-1363.
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Oyster mushroom (Pleurotus ostreatus) lignocellulolytic enzyme activity pattern and variation was investigated in a large-scale facility from spawning until the end of the second flush. In the first cultivation cycle laccase production reached its peak during vegetative growth stage, while manganese-peroxidase showed the highest activity during fruiting body induction. Cellulose and hemicellulose degrading enzymes had maximal activity at the beginning of flush and harvest stage. The enzymatic activities showed similar tendencies among five different mushroom substrate blocks representing a production house. Homogeneity of the enzyme activities was examined by Combined Cluster and Discriminant Analysis (CCDA). Considering the whole investigation period the blocks showed minimal heterogeneity, furthermore in the first cultivation cycle all of them were homogeneous.