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I've been doing a lot of googleing and unfortunately the web is sadly lacking in specific arenas. Never the less I have been doing as much research as I can on the topic of symbiotic fungi bacterial relationships.
I know that in several species of fungi (particularly Fugila septica) there exist bacterial symbiosis. It appears little research has been done in this area pertaining to any species of cubensis.
My hypothesis is that in all probability there does exist one or more strains of bacteria that could coexist symbiotically with cubensis strains. My goal is to isolate and culture said bacteria, to use in growth pattern experiments.
Any information or references any of you have from texts or journals please forward to me if possible. Thank you.
-------------------- "Nothing shocks me, I'm a scientist."
Funny, I think that finding a suitable symbiotic/protective species is something thats hit the collective conciousness on several shroomer boards in the last weeks. Sorry, I dont know what it could be yet, but I have some ideas based on others ideas:
* It should be able to stand low levels of acetic and lactic acid. * It should prevent growth of many pathogenic fungi.
Yes, I apologize, I have only this modest contribution to make, I hope to learn more, though.
-------------------- chinese shiitaki, cultivated shiitaki and french button agaricus in the works...
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