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Aluminium in wild mushrooms and cultivated Agaricus bisporus


Aluminium in wild mushrooms and cultivated Agaricus bisporus



Zeitschrift Fuer Lebensmittel-Untersuchung Und Forschung A. 205(3): 242-247



DOI: 10.1007/s002170050159

The aluminium content in wild mushrooms (n=271, 19 species) and in cultivated Agaricus bisporus (n=15) was determined by graphite furnace atomic absorption spectroscopy. With an aluminium content of 30-50 mu/g dry matter (DM) Boletus and Xerocomus species, the most well-known and most popular mushrooms, proved to be poor in aluminium. Several species of the genus Suillus, Macrolepiota rhacodes, Hypholoma capnoides as well as individual samples of Russula ochroleuca and Amanita rubescens contained high aluminium concentrations of about 100 mu-g/g DM and more. Cultivated Agaricus bisporus had the lowest aluminium content, i.e. 14 mu-g/g DM. The site, its geological origin as well as the mushroom species influenced the aluminium content in the fruitbodies: these factors require further investigation. Mushrooms do not contribute significantly to aluminium intake by humans.

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