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- Obayelu, Oluwakemi Adeola; Ibe, Rebecca Bolatito; Adegbite, Olayinka; Oladimeji, Ayoolafimihan
- International journal of fruit science 2019 v.19 no.1 pp. 45-56
- Almost Ideal Demand System; apples; bananas; college students; cucumbers; data analysis; demand elasticities; descriptive statistics; females; fruits; learning; pineapples; prices; questionnaires; sampling; watermelons; Nigeria
- ... Increased demand for fruits among students is pivotal to healthier lifestyles and better learning abilities. However, there is a paucity of information on elasticity of university students’ demand for fruits in Nigeria. The demand for selected fruits among students of University of Ibadan, Nigeria, was therefore assessed in this study. A multistage sampling technique was used to collect primary da ...
- Garg, Sourav; Ghosh, Payel; Rana, Sandeep Singh; Pradhan, Rama Chandra
- International journal of fruit science 2019 v.19 no.1 pp. 29-44
- Syzygium cumini; anthocyanins; antioxidants; apples; ascorbic acid; bioactive compounds; blackberries; fruits; gallic acid; gels; hydroxymethylfurfural; jams; kiwifruit; lactic acid; physicochemical properties; pulp; sensory evaluation; sensory properties; tannins; tartaric acid; texture
- ... Jamun (Syzygium cumini) is a tropical, underutilized fruit which is highly perishable in nature. It is a good source of vitamin C, tannins, gallic acid and anthocyanins and its beneficial effects are mostly due to the presence of bioactive compounds (pigments and phenolic compounds) in it. Due to astringent and fibrous nature, preparation of jam from jamun pulp is quite difficult, but other fruits ...