Evaluation of the efficiency of Plearotus Ostreatus in the percentage of inhibition of fungi Aspergillus niger, Aspergillus flavus, Aspergillus terreus and Penicillium sp.
  • Article Type: Research Article
  • Eurasian Journal of Biosciences, 2020 - Volume 14 Issue 2, pp. 4783-4787
  • Published Online: 31 Oct 2020
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Abstract

The study evaluated the efficacy of Plearotus Ostreatus in the percentage of inhibition of Aspergillus niger, Aspergillus flavus, Aspergillus terreus and Penicillium sp. The fungal was growth in The laboratory and in enbated at atemperature (25±2) in the microbiology laboratory in the Department of Life Sciences / College of Education for Girls, The experiments were carried out on 2-9-2019 and ended on 2-2- 2020. The results showed a significant difference in the exudates of the P.ostreatus for ages (7,21,28) days, Streatus (28) days superior to the fungal inhibition rate A.niger at all ages was 97% compared to control of 0%, while the lowest percentage of inhibition of fungus A. niger by treatment of exudates mushroom P. ostreatus at the age of (7) days was 88%.The results of the treatment of exudates P. ostreatus mushroom at the age of (21, 28) days was significantly higher in the fungus A. flavus, where it was 94% compared to the control treatment of 0%, while the lowest inhibition of the fungus A. flavus with the treatment of exudate. P. ostreatus at 7 days 93%. The treatment of exudate fungus P. ostreatus at 28 days significantly differentiated in A. terreus fungus on all ages, reaching 96% compared to control treatment where it was 0%, while the lowest percentage of inhibition of diameter A. terreus treatment of exudate fungus P.ostreatus at 7 days, where it was 89%.The results of treatment of fungus P. ostreatus 7 days was significantly higher in the fungal suppression rate, penicillium sp. at all ages was 90% compared to control of 0%, while the lowest percentage of inhibition of fungi penicillium sp. in the treatment of exudate fungus P. ostreatus at a 21-day age where it was 88%.

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