Lecture ten 10 20 08

Lecture ten 10 20 08 - Psilocybin Psilocin Conversion...

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Psilocybin Psilocin Conversion occurs in the body
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Psilocin Serotonin Serotonin mimic Naturally-occurring Neurotransmitter
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Neurotransmission Psilocin
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Containing known hallucinogens Schedule I Hallucinogen High potential for abuse No accepted medical use
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Containing known hallucinogens Spores No psilocin
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Okay to buy and sell spores But not in California Spores No psilocin
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Fungi in food production
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= Aerobic Facultative anaerobes Mycelial fungi Yeast
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In the absence oxygen C 6 H 12 O 6 2 C 2 H 5 OH + 2 CO 2 SUGAR ALCOHOL AND CARBON DIOXIDE Alcoholic fermentation
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+ Crushed Yeast added Not sterilized Fermentation
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Native yeasts Added yeast competition with other microbes Year to year variation Fermentation
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Not sterilized Year to year variation 14-18% alcohol Seasonal Yeast strain not proprietary
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A resource for fungi Attractive to animals Sugar Botrytis
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$79.99 Problem Product Late harvest wines
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Bread Origin dates to the Neolithic period New stone age
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Old stone age New stone age Farmers ~10,000 years ago
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Milling Wheat ~10,000 years ago
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Milling Flatbread ~10,000 years ago >6000 years
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Leavened Bread Flatbread
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Leavened Bread Ancient Egypt 3500 years ago
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Yeast cells in remains of bread Leavened bread dates to 3500 years ago Carbon dating
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