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The uptake of lead cadmium and mercury by cultivated mushrooms agaricus bisporus

The uptake of lead cadmium and mercury by cultivated mushrooms agaricus bisporus

Nahrung 23(7): 731-738

The uptake of Pb, Cd and Hg by cultivated mushrooms (A. bisporus) from Pb, Cd and Hg-containing substrates is reported. Cd and Hg were observed to accumulate significantly via the mycelium, whereas Pb accumulated scarcely, even if the Pb contents in the substrate were high. High Pb concentrations in wild mushrooms are likely to be mainly due to emissions; with Cd and Hg, uptake from the soil must also be considered.

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