A textbook of organic chemistry by Chamberlain JS

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According to Ralph W. " Artificial Honey Dew-Preparation of Spore Suspension in Quart Canning Jars (Method by Hayes) d-lysergic Reid 250 mL of wheat grain and 250 ml of water were poured in each quart canning jar and allowed to set overnight. The jars were sterilized by autoclaving for one hour at 1Sibs. Jars were inoculated with a sporulated (conidia) culture of C1aviceps and allowed to grow at room temperature for six weeks. Cultures were then mixed with 500 mL of water and blended for two minutes.

When calcium, iron, zinc or magnesium are omitted from the culture media, there is a decrease in both growth and alkaloid production. The omission of copper caused a decrease in alkaloid production. In media which only contained zinc, iron, magnesium and calcium did not reach peak alkaloid production in controls containing complete salt/nutrient supplements. Alkaloid production was increased in these cultures when supplemented with manganese and copper salts. More Fermentations References: (Abou-Chaar 1961) (Adams 1964) (Amici 1967; 1969) (Arcamone 1961) (Brady 1960) (Kelleher 1969; , 971) (Ogunlana 1969) (Pacifici 1962; '963) (Societa Farmaceutici Italia 1961) (Taber 1966) These are just a few of the many cultures that appear in the literature and have been used in the production of ergot alkaloids in submerged cultures.

Three or four times a day the I)olyethylene is removed and placed back to vent the nvironment. Stagnant air and excessive moisture will promote bacteria and mold overgrowth. The casing is occasionally misted to keep moist, but not soggy. Pin heads of mushrooms will form and the mushrooms will fruit. The mushrooms are then removed, cleaned, cut into very thin slices and air dried without heat or bright light. The dried mushroom pieces may then be extracted for forensic analysis to determine constituents.

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