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Cooking can decrease mercury contamination of a mushroom meal: Cantharellus cibarius and Amanita fulva

- * Jerzy Falandysz Mushrooms foraged from the wild are traditional and popular organic food, which is considered rich in macro- and microelements and different organic compounds of nutritional and

Analysis of some metallic elements and metalloids composition and relationships in parasol mushroom Macrolepiota procera

The aim of the study was to characterise the multi-elemental composition and associations between a group of 32 elements and 16 rare earth elements collected by mycelium from growing substrates and accumulated in fruiting bodies of Macrolepiota procera from 16 sites from the lowland areas of Poland. The elements were quantified by inductively coupled plasma quadrupole mass ...

Toxic elements and bio-metals in Cantharellus mushrooms from Poland and China

Data on multi-trace element composition and content relationships have been obtained for Cantharellus cibarius, C. tubaeformis, and C. minor mushrooms from Poland and China by inductive coupled plasma–dynamic reaction cell–mass spectroscopy. There is no previous data published on As, Li, V, Tl, and U in chanterelles from Poland and on Ba, Co, Cr, Ni, Rb, and Sr in chanterelles from ...

Radioactive artificial 137Cs and natural 40K activity in 21 edible mushrooms of the genus Boletus species from SW China

This study, for the first time, presents the results of activity concentration determinations for 137Cs and 40K in a high number (21 species, 87 composite samples, and 807 fruiting bodies) of mushrooms of the genus Boletus from across Yunnan in 2011–2014 and Sichuan (Boletus tomentipes) using high-resolution high-purity germanium detector. Activity concentrations of 137Cs ...

Soil-to-mushroom transfer and diversity in total mercury content in two edible Laccaria mushrooms

Transfer factor and distribution of mercury were determined for Laccaria amethystina and Laccaria laccata growing in two distantly localized regions of the world and with different status of geogenic mercury. Mushrooms and soil were sampled in Poland in 2001–2013 and in the Yuxi region of Yunnan Province in China in 2013. The mushroom L. laccata was a more efficient accumulator of ...

Mercury bio-extraction by fungus Coprinus comatus: a possible bioindicator and mycoremediator of polluted soils?

University , 63 Wita Stwosza Str., PL 80-308 Gdańsk , Poland 1 Jerzy Falandysz The Shaggy Ink Cap (Coprinus comatus), which is a common in wild in northern hemisphere was examined in field for potential to

Radiocaesium in Cortinarius spp. mushrooms in the regions of the Reggio Emilia in Italy and Pomerania in Poland

, Poland 2 Responsible editor: Philippe Garrigues 3 Jerzy Falandysz 4 Laboratory of Environmental Chemistry & Ecotoxicology, Gdańsk University , 63 Witta Stwosza Street, PL 80-308 Gdańsk , Poland 5

Bio- and toxic elements in edible wild mushrooms from two regions of potentially different environmental conditions in eastern Poland

In the present study, the composition of bio-elements (K, Na, Mg, Ca, Fe, Cu, Zn) and toxic elements (Ag, Cd) in seven edible mushrooms from the rural and woodland region of Morąg (north-eastern Poland) and the rural and industrial region of the Tarnobrzeska Upland (south-eastern Poland) were investigated using a validated method. The species examined were Boletus edulis, ...

Mercury bioaccumulation by Suillus bovinus mushroom and probable dietary intake with the mushroom meal

This paper reports the results of the study of the efficiency of accumulation and distribution of mercury (Hg) in the fruiting bodies of fungus Suillus bovinus and the probable dietary intake of Hg and the potential health risk. Fungal fruiting bodies and soil materials were collected from 13 background areas in the northern part of Poland between 1993 and 2013. Mercury in the caps ...

Mercury in Orange Birch Bolete Leccinum versipelle and soil substratum: bioconcentration by mushroom and probable dietary intake by consumers

data on Hg for three species of fungi of genus Leccinum foraged in Europe. Foraging; Forest; Fungi; Mercury; Organic food; Soil - * Jerzy Falandysz The Orange Birch Bolete or red-capped scaber stalk

Accumulation and distribution of mercury in fruiting bodies by fungus Suillus luteus foraged in Poland, Belarus and Sweden

Falandysz 0 1 0 Abia State University , Uturu, Abia , Nigeria 1 Laboratory of Environmental Chemistry and Ecotoxicology, Gdańsk University , 63 Wita Stwosza Str., 80-308 Gdańsk , Poland Presented in this

Mercury in forest mushrooms and topsoil from the Yunnan highlands and the subalpine region of the Minya Konka summit in the Eastern Tibetan Plateau

Ecotoxicology, Gdańsk University , Gdańsk , Poland 3 Jerzy Falandysz 4 Yunnan Technical Center for Quality of Chinese Materia Medica , Kunming, Yunnan , China 5 Institute of Medicinal Plants, Yunnan Academy of

Evaluation of Mercury Contamination in Fungi Boletus Species from Latosols, Lateritic Red Earths, and Red and Yellow Earths in the Circum-Pacific Mercuriferous Belt of Southwestern China

For the first time, highly elevated levels of mercury (Hg) have been documented for several species of the edible Fungi genus Boletus growing in latosols, lateritic red earths, and red and yellow earths from the Yunnan province of China. Analysis of Hg concentrations in the genus suggests that geogenic Hg is the dominant source of Hg in the fungi, whereas anthropogenic sources ...

Comments on “Determination of Mercury, Cadmium, Lead, Zinc, Selenium and Iron by ICP-OES in Mushroom Samples from Around Thermal Power Plant in Muğla, Turkey”. doi:10.1007/s00128-011-0357-1

Jerzy Falandysz 0 0 J. Falandysz (&) Research Group of Environmental Chemistry , Ecotoxicology and Food Toxicology, Institute of Environmental Sciences and Public Health, University of Gdansk , 18

Evaluation of the radioactive contamination in fungi genus Boletus in the region of Europe and Yunnan Province in China

Water Management, National Research Institute , Maritime Branch Waszyngtona 42, PL 81-342 Gdynia , Poland 2 Gdańsk University , 63 Wita Stwosza Str., PL 80-803 Gdańsk , Poland 3 Jerzy Falandysz

Macro and trace mineral constituents and radionuclides in mushrooms: health benefits and risks

This article reviews and updates data on macro and trace elements and radionuclides in edible wild-grown and cultivated mushrooms. A huge biodiversity of mushrooms and spread of certain species over different continents makes the study on their multi-element constituents highly challenging. A few edible mushrooms are widely cultivated and efforts are on to employ them (largely ...

Total Mercury in Yellow Knights (Tricholoma equestre) Mushrooms and Beneath Soils

Dawid Mackiewicz 0 Jerzy Falandysz 0 0 D. Mackiewicz J. Falandysz (&) Institute of Environmental Sciences and Public Health, University of Gdansk , 18 Sobieskiego Str., 80-952 Gdansk, Poland Mercury

TraceeElements in Leccinum scabrum mushrooms and topsoils from Kłodzka Dale in Sudety Mountains, Poland

In the current study, we determined concentrations and transfer rates of Ag, Al, Ba, Ca, Cd, Co, Cr, Cu, Fe, K, Mg, Mn, Na, Ni, Pb, P, Rb, Sr and Zn to Brown Birch Scaber Stalks (Leccinum scabrum) mushrooms emerged in the area of Sudety Mountains (Sudetes) in Poland. Fruiting bodies and topsoil samples beneath L. scabrum were collected form the Kłodzka Dale. The trace elements were ...

Mercury Bio-Concentration by Puffballs (Lycoperdon perlatum) and Evaluation of Dietary Intake Risks

In the present study, Hg bioconcentration by Puffball (Lycoperdon perlatum) mushroom was investigated. Total Hg content of fruiting bodies and topsoil (0–10 cm layer) were determined by cold-vapour atomic absorption spectroscopy. For ten geographically distant sampling sites of Poland, Hg ranged from 0.91 ± 0.28 to 2.4 ± 0.4 (overall range 0.57–4.5) μg/g dry weight in the ...

Multivariate analysis of mineral constituents of edible Parasol Mushroom (Macrolepiota procera) and soils beneath fruiting bodies collected from Northern Poland

Caps and stipes of 141 fruiting bodies of Parasol Mushroom (Macrolepiota procera) and surface layer of soils collected from 11 spatially distant and background (pristine) areas in Northern Poland were analyzed for Ag, Al, Ba, Ca, Cd, Co, Cr, Cu, Fe, Hg, K, Mg, Mn, Na, Ni, P, Pb, Rb, Sr, and Zn by inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectroscopy and cold vapor atomic ...