matsutake

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matsutake

(ˌmætsʊˈtækɪ)
n
(Plants) a large edible mushroom, Tricholoma matsutake, native to Japan and Korea
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Zhang, Antioxidative activity of polysaccharide fractions isolated from Tricholoma Matsutake sing.
Optimization of enzyme assisted extraction of polysaccharides from Tricholoma matsutake by response surface methodology.
Feng et al., "Structural characterisation of polysaccharides from Tricholoma matsutake and their antioxidant and antitumour activities," Food Chemistry, vol.
Kim, "Volatiles and key odorants in the pileus and stipe of pine-mushroom (Tricholoma matsutake Sing.)," Food Chemistry, vol.
For instance, random amplified polymorphic DNA markers were used to study the diversity of Tricholoma matsutake (Bao et al., 2007; Nazrul and Bian, 2010a; Tonk et al., 2011).
The fungus is prized as the most delicious and the next most expensive mushroom to Matsutake (Tricholoma matsutake) in Japan.
INCI name: Water, butylene glycol, tricholoma matsutake (sungyi mushroom) extract
Cho, "Bak is a key molecule in apoptosis induced by methanol extracts of Codonopsis lanceolata and Tricholoma matsutake in HSC-2 human oral cancer cells," Oncology Letters, vol.
Cai et al., "Antifatigue activity of liquid cultured Tricholoma matsutake mycelium partially via regulation of antioxidant pathway in mouse," BioMed Research International, vol.