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Productivity and Nutritional Composition of Lentinus strigosus (Schwinitz) Fries Mushroom from the Amazon Region Cultivated in Sawdust Supplemented with Soy Bran

By Ceci Sales-Campos, Bazilio Frasco Vianez and Raimunda Liége Souza de Abreu

Submitted: November 13th 2010Reviewed: May 1st 2011Published: October 28th 2011

DOI: 10.5772/21383

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Ceci Sales-Campos, Bazilio Frasco Vianez and Raimunda Liége Souza de Abreu (October 28th 2011). Productivity and Nutritional Composition of Lentinus strigosus (Schwinitz) Fries Mushroom from the Amazon Region Cultivated in Sawdust Supplemented with Soy Bran, Recent Trends for Enhancing the Diversity and Quality of Soybean Products, Dora Krezhova, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/21383. Available from:

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