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Medicinal properties of the edible mushroom - Pleurotus florida

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Mushrooms have a great potential for the production of useful bioactive metabolites and they are a prolific resource for drugs. The spectrum of pharmacological activities of mushrooms is fascinating. Edible mushrooms are consumed by humans for their nutritional and occasionally medical value. The genus Pleurotus comprises some most popular edible mushrooms due to their favorable organoleptic and medicinal properties, vigorous growth and undemanding cultivation techniques. Pleurotus sp are now widely consumed as food in the East and increasingly in the West. Isolation and purification of polysaccharides from this mushroom fruiting body is relatively simple and straight forward and can be carried out with minimal effort. This book gives an insight into the isolation of polysaccharides and their significant antimicrobial and anti-oxidant activities. Results like these herald an interesting promise of constructing potentially active pharmacological agents from this mushroom.

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Working as Assistant Professor & Head, Dept. of Microbiology, St Mary's College, Trichur,India. Obtained her MSc and PhD degree in Microbiology from M G University,Kerala,India.Areas of interest include anticancer research,medicinal properties of mushrooms and their cultivation techniques.Have 11 publications in national/international journals.

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Titel: Medicinal properties of the edible mushroom - Pleurotus florida
Untertitel: Antimicrobial and anti-oxidant activities
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EAN: 9783659199912
ISBN: 3659199915
Format: Kartonierter Einband
Anzahl Seiten: 80
Gewicht: 131g
Größe: H211mm x B149mm x T15mm
Veröffentlichung: 01.08.2012
Jahr: 2012
Auflage: Aufl.

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