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yellow and three anionic dyes, respectively. Also, the similar study by Kahraman and Yalcin [14] demonstrated that removal of Astrazone Blue and Red was dependent on the agro-industrial waste adsorbent dose. Effect of initial pH on decolorization The effect of initial pH on the dye removal capacity of dead biomass (P. ostreatus) was investigated in the pH range 2.0−8.0 To study the effect of pH on decolorization capacity of dead biomass, the experiments were carried out at 50 mg/L initial dye concentration with 0.2 g 20/ mL adsorbent mass (100 mesh) at 30°C for 60