Sichuan Panzhihua Academia of Agriculture and Forestry

Dadukou, China

Sichuan Panzhihua Academia of Agriculture and Forestry

Dadukou, China
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Li Q.,Sichuan Academy of Agricultural science | Li Q.,China Institute of Technology | Li S.-H.,Yunnan Academy of Agricultural Sciences | Huang W.-L.,China Institute of Technology | And 6 more authors.
Journal of Mountain Science | Year: 2016

Fruiting bodies (500 g per site) of Tricholoma matsutake and the surface layer of soils collected from 20 spatially distant areas with pristine backgrounds across China were analyzed for potassium, magnesium, calcium, zinc, iron, copper, manganese and cadmium using inductively coupled plasma optical emission spectroscopy. In terms of the bioconcentration and bioexclusion concept, K, Mg, Zn, and Cu were highly bioconcentrated, and their bioconcentration factor values varied between 75-615, 2-107, 38-603 and 7-76, respectively, across the 20 sites. Fe, Mn and Cd were moderately bioconcentrated and their bioconcentration factors (BCFs) varied between 0.6-34.0, 0.4-37.0 and 0.9-7.0 respectively. However, Ca was excluded (BCF<1). T. matsutake is a species that is harvested in the wild as a valuable food and can contain a wide spectrum of both essential and hazardous mineral compounds that accumulate at elevated concentrations even if grown in pristine areas. The estimated intake rate of Cd in the fruiting bodies indicates cause for concern associated with this metal resulting from the daily consumption of between 200 and 400 g of fruiting bodies on a frequent basis during the mushrooming season. © 2016, Science Press, Institute of Mountain Hazards and Environment, CAS and Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.


Li S.-H.,Kunming University of Science and Technology | Li S.-H.,Yunnan Academy of Agricultural Sciences | Zheng L.-Y.,Sichuan Academy of Agricultural science | Liu C.-Y.,Sichuan Panzhihua Academia of Agriculture and Forestry | And 9 more authors.
Mycological Progress | Year: 2014

Two new truffles species, Tuber alboumbilicum and Tuber pseudobrumale are described based on collections from Southwest China. T. alboumbilicum is characterized by its white umbilicate ascomata. T. pseudobrumale is similar to T. pseudoexcavatum, but differs in spinulose ascospores. Molecular analysis also supported T. alboumbilicum and T. pseudobrumale as two new species. T. alboumbilicum grows in mycorrhizal association with Tsuga chinensis at elevations of 2,710 m. T. pseudobrumale grows in mycorrhizal association with Pinus yunnanensis in limestone soils, and has a pleasant aroma and is good edible. © 2014 German Mycological Society and Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg.


Qing Y.,Sichuan University | Qing Y.,Xichang College | Li S.-H.,Yunnan Academy of Agricultural Sciences | Liu C.-Y.,Sichuan Panzhihua Academia of Agriculture and Forestry | And 7 more authors.
Mycotaxon | Year: 2015

A new species, Tuber xanthomonosporum, is described based on specimens collected under Pinus yunnanensis in Panzhihua, Sichuan Province, China. Tuber xanthomonosporum invariably has only one spore per ascus. It can be distinguished from the three other Chinese Paradoxa-like species - T. gigantosporum, T. sinomonosporum, and T. glabrum - by its whitish to yellow-brownish gleba, two-layered peridium, and spiky cystidia. Molecular analysis also supports T. xanthomonosporum as a unique species. © 2015. Mycotaxon, Ltd.

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