Heavy metals determination in edible wild mushrooms growing in former mining area - Slovakia: Health risk assessment

@inproceedings{Zhorcov2016HeavyMD,
  title={Heavy metals determination in edible wild mushrooms growing in former mining area - Slovakia: Health risk assessment},
  author={Zuzana Z{\'a}horcov{\'a} and J{\'u}lius {\'A}rvay and Martin Hauptvogl and J. Valero Tom{\'a}s and Ľubo{\vs} Harangozo},
  year={2016}
}
The aim of the paper is to assess a contamination level of forest substrates and aboveground parts of edible wild mushroom ( M. procera (Scop.) Singer, B. recitulatus Schaeff., C. cibarius Fr., S. grevillei (Klotzsch) Singer, A. campestris L., R. xerampelina (Schaeff.) Fr., L. salmonicolor R. Heim & Leclair, C. gibba (Pers. Ex Fr.) Kumm., X. chrysenteron (Bull.) Quel., M. oreades (Bolton) Fr.; n = 70) by heavy metals (Cd, Cu, Pb and Zn). The studied location was a broader surroundigs of the… CONTINUE READING

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