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    #1239139 - 01/22/03 10:09 AM (13 years, 10 months ago)



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Re: Mushrooms Strains [Re: X.O]
    #1239156 - 01/22/03 10:16 AM (13 years, 10 months ago)

Although I'm not an expert on this, I would imagine that it works on genetics. From what I understand, given the right conditions, two genetically different fungus bodys can actually grow into one, thereby sharing their genetic data. When this new fungus fruits, the spores released would contain random subsets of that genetic data, and could further "breed" and allow natural selection to find the best and strongest of the possible combinations.

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Re: Mushrooms Strains [Re: X.O]
    #1239224 - 01/22/03 10:34 AM (13 years, 10 months ago)

Here's one thread about it that I remember from a long time ago. Theres no sources listed, but some technical information


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Re: Mushrooms Strains [Re: X.O]
    #1239283 - 01/22/03 10:52 AM (13 years, 10 months ago)

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- Sexual reproduction: + and - hyphae fuse: plasmogamy. From the plasmogamy compartment, dikaryotic hyphae (n+n) are formed. Dikaryotic hyphae can stay for a long time inside the soil and will grow and branch forming a big circular network of mycelium. When the conditions are right (rain, high humidity) the dikaryotic hyphae will be sending up fruiting bodies (Basidiocarps = mushroom). The mushrooms often appear in a circle as a result of the underground spreading of the dikaryon. The mushroom consists of stipe and cap. Inside the cap there are gills. On the gills, the dikaryotic end tips form basidia. Karyogamy and meiosis gives rise to 4 nuclei, which migrate into four appendages of the basidia. The appendages with nuclei become the four recombinant spores. (Source)





I don't know if this is reliable, but it gives an idea. It seems like 2 forms of hyphae grow together, producing spores of mix of genetic data of the 2 "parent" hyphae. if these hyphae were from different strains, then you would have a hybrid of the two.


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Re: Mushrooms Strains [Re: X.O]
    #1239384 - 01/22/03 11:29 AM (13 years, 10 months ago)

I really don't know if that is right or not, but that is the best explanation i have ever been given. I don't know that many people around here (or anywhere else for that matter) really understand how it works, i would take anno's input as quite vaulable.


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Re: Mushrooms Strains [Re: X.O]
    #1239644 - 01/22/03 12:46 PM (13 years, 10 months ago)

>I'd like to see what Anno has to say.

Ask Teonan. And Mycofile.
Or search for posts on this topic by those 2. They know much more on this subject than I do.


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Re: Mushrooms Strains [Re: X.O]
    #1240923 - 01/22/03 08:11 PM (13 years, 10 months ago)

Im sorry but this post certainly is not advanced! If a person isnt going to get off their arse and do the most basic research or reading about the genetic diversity of plants and fungi, or biology in general, I dont think that an answer should be provided.
Locational genetic diversity is the one and sole reason there are different 'strains' (correct term being spore-race, as every spore-match is technically its own strain with individual genetic and mycelial characteristics). Two mushrooms or two organic organisms of any type that develop through many generations in different isolated locations will adapt or change genetically in divergent ways.


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    #1240929 - 01/22/03 08:14 PM (13 years, 10 months ago)

'I'm pretty sure two strains don't genetically grow together,I could be completely wrong though'
If you read his original post he is saying the opposite. Go to your local library and find a book on biology and do some reading.


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Re: Mushrooms Strains [Re: X.O]
    #1241237 - 01/22/03 10:24 PM (13 years, 10 months ago)

This document will likely answer your question:

http://www.fungifun.org/sex.htm


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