lead >20% of dry weight: cadmium >5% of dry weight % of dry weight
||Fungus Exophiala pisciphila
||Deng Z, Cao L. Fungal endophytes and their interactions with plants in phytoremediation: A review. Chemosphere. 2017 Feb168: 1100-1106. doi: 10.1016/j.chemosphere.2016.10.097. p.1102 right column 4th paragraphPubMed ID28029384
||Y. Zhang, Y. Zhang, M. Liu, X. Shi, Z. Zhao, Dark septate endophyte (DSE) fungi isolated from metal polluted soils: their taxonomic position, tolerance, and accumulation of heavy metals in vitro J. Microbiol., 46 (2008), pp. 624–632 doi: 10.1007/s12275-008-0163-63r
||P.1102 right column 4th paragraph: "Some fungi exhibit a high uranium oxide tolerance, and possess the ability to solubilize UO3 and U3O8 and to accumulate uranium within the mycelium to over 80 mg/(g dry weight) biomass, the uranyl ion is coordinated to phosphate ligands, the ectomycorrhizal fungi mixed phosphate/carboxylate coordination had been observed (Fomina et al., 2007). An endophytic fungus Microsphaeropsis sp. LSE10 isolated from cadmium hyperaccumulator Solanum nigrum shows the maximum Cd biosorption capacity of 247.5 mg/g, which is much higher than those of other adsorbents ( Xiao et al., 2010). The dark septate endophytic strains Exophiala pisciphila is able to accumulate lead and cadmium to over 20% and 5% of the dry weight, respectively (primary source)."