Nutritional and antioxidant properties of Lentinula edodes (Shiitake) from various culture conditions

Abstract : Lentinula edodes (Berk.) Pegler (Shiitake) is popular in Asia due to its medicinal properties, taste and high nutritional value. It is the second most widely cultivated mushrooms species in the world. Annual production is estimated of 900.000 tons worldwide distributed. This mushroom has been cultivated in Asia since the 13th century. Cultivation has now expanded wordlwide, i.e., in United State, South America, Australia and European countries including France. Shiitake was generally cultivated on logs, but to steep up production, blocks or bags are now used in Europe and America [1]. Shiitake is reported to have multiple bioactivities.Few studies concern the influence of cultivation conditions on chemical composition and biological activities. We presented here preliminary results of antioxidant properties of Shiitake sporophores harvested from different culture conditions were evaluated and compared
Keywords : Medicinal Mushroom
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Ibrahima Diallo, Alain Michel, Sylvie Morel, Patrick Poucheret, Vitou Manon, et al.. Nutritional and antioxidant properties of Lentinula edodes (Shiitake) from various culture conditions. 5ème Symposium International AFERP « Pharmacognosy from here and there », Jul 2017, Angers, France. Poster 19, page 51. ⟨hal-02267094⟩

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