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- Kannaujia, P.K.; Patel, N.; Asrey, R.; Mahawar, M.K.; Meena, V.S.; Bibwe, B.; Jalgaonkar, K.; Negi, N.
- Acta alimentaria 2020 v.49 no.1 pp. 13-22
- cherry tomatoes, etc ; Solanum lycopersicum; antioxidant activity; bioactive compounds; cell respiration; cherries; cluster analysis; cultivars; hybrids; lycopene; phenolic compounds; phytochemicals; titratable acidity; India; Show all 14 Subjects
- ... In this study, six commercial cherry tomato cultivars were analysed for variations in biochemical and technological parameters. Significant differences were observed among cultivars with respect to their technological and functional quality attributes. About 2.48-fold variation in titratable acidity, 2.47-fold variation in total phenolics, 4.13-fold variation in total carotenoid and 7.68-fold vari ...
- Liu, Yiping; Liu, Shuangqing; Zhang, Ya; Qin, Dongmei; Zheng, Zuntao; Zhu, Guangyan; Lv, Yuntao; Liu, Zhaoqing; Dong, Zhe; Liao, Xiaolan; Li, Xiaogang
- Food control 2020 v.107 pp. 106754
- cherry tomatoes, etc ; average daily intake; broccoli; cranberries; crops; dietary exposure; field experimentation; figs; food intake; fruits; gas chromatography; half life; insecticide residues; malathion; maximum residue limits; monitoring; mulberries; nutrition risk assessment; photometry; standard deviation; China; Show all 21 Subjects
- ... The gas chromatography-flame photometric detector (GC-FPD) was used to detect malathion residues content in vegetables (cherry tomatoes and broccoli) and fruits (mulberries, cranberries, and figs). The recoveries of samples were 76.2 ± 3.5%–103.9 ± 3.6% at a spike level of 0.01–10 mg/kg, the relative standard deviation (RSDs) were 2.1%–7.3%, and the limit of quantification (LOQs) were 0.01–0.02 mg ...