Arsenic speciation in edible mushrooms.

@article{Nearing2014ArsenicSI,
  title={Arsenic speciation in edible mushrooms.},
  author={Michelle M. Nearing and Iris Koch and Kenneth J. Reimer},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2014},
  volume={48 24},
  pages={
          14203-10
        }
}
The fruiting bodies, or mushrooms, of terrestrial fungi have been found to contain a high proportion of the nontoxic arsenic compound arsenobetaine (AB), but data gaps include a limited phylogenetic diversity of the fungi for which arsenic speciation is available, a focus on mushrooms with higher total arsenic concentrations, and the unknown formation and role of AB in mushrooms. To address these, the mushrooms of 46 different fungus species (73 samples) over a diverse range of phylogenetic… CONTINUE READING
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