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Extraction of Total Phenolic and Flavonoids from Edible Wild and CultivatedMedicinal Mushrooms as Affected by Different Solvents

@article{Abugri2013ExtractionOT,
  title={Extraction of Total Phenolic and Flavonoids from Edible Wild and CultivatedMedicinal Mushrooms as Affected by Different Solvents},
  author={Daniel A. Abugri and W. H. Mcelhenney},
  journal={Journal of Natural Product and Plant Resources},
  year={2013},
  volume={3},
  pages={37-42}
}
Extending the knowledge on secondary metabolites and the effect of solvent of extraction in mushrooms, We investigated five mushrooms species; two cultivated edible (Agaricus bisporus (brown) and Agaricus bisporus (white); and three wild medicinal edible mushrooms Trametes versicolor, Ganoderma applanatum and Fomes fomentarius for total phenolic, total flavonoid and condensed tannins content. The study also compared the effect of different solvents (i.e. distilled water, methanol and ethanol… 

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