Lentinula is a small genus of wood-inhabiting agarics. The neotropical species Lentinula boryana (= L. cubensis) is the type species, however the best known species is L. edodes, the shiitake. The genus was erected by Franklin Sumner Earle in 1909.
Polar vineyard pruning extracts increase the activity of the main ligninolytic enzymes in Lentinula edodes cultures.(Report)
Oct 01, 2007; Abstract: Lentinula edodes is considered an alternative recycling agent for agricultural wastes, and there have been several...