Discrimination of Geographical Origin of Mushroom (Tricholoma matsutake) using Near Infrared Spectroscopy

근적외선 분광광도법을 이용한 송이버섯의 원산지 판별

  • Published : 2006.12.31

Abstract

The geographical origin of Tricholoma matsutake mushrooms was studied using near-infrared spectroscopy. Modified partial least-square regression analyses were used to discriminate geographical origin. Two-hundred fifty-six of 259 actual domestic Tricholoma matsutake were classified as domestic produce, Sixty of 81 actual imported mushrooms were correctly classified as imported, while the other 21 imported from North Korea were not clearly classified. The accuracy of geographical origin discrimination was 92.94% The correlation coefficient, standard error of calibration, and standard error of prediction from modified partial least-square regression analysis were 0.84, 15.10% and 18.30% respectively.

Keywords

near infrared spectroscopy;mushroom;geographical origin

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