Review Article
Volume 17 Issue 8 - 2022
Chemical Composition and Uses of Wild Edible Mushrooms - A Review
Dessie Ashagrie Tafere*
College of Natural and Computational Science Department of Chemistry, Mekdela Amba University, Ethiopia
*Corresponding Author: Dessie Ashagrie Tafere, College of Natural and Computational Science Department of Chemistry, Mekdela Amba University, Ethiopia.
Received: July 29, 2022; Published: August 24, 2022




Abstract

The chemical composition and use of fungi as has been done in relation to the use and content of the chemical composition. The specific nutritional properties of mushroom fruiting bodies, along with their texture and flavor, are one reason why they are consumed and considered a delicacy. In this review, we collected data from several scientific studies that focused on the chemical composition and various uses of wild edible mushrooms. Other uses are briefly described.

Keywords: Chemical Composition; Fungi; Minerals; Health

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