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Pomelo ( Citrus grandis Linn.), a monoembryonic species of the genus Citrus , contains a plethora with nutrients ( Bharali & Saikia, 2004 ). Beside nutraceutical ingredients such as carotenoids, lycopene, anthocyanin, limonoids, naringin, and

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Acta Alimentaria
Authors:
J. Radović
,
A. Leković
,
A. Damjanović
,
Đ. Kopanja
,
M. Dodevska
,
T. Stanojković
,
T. Marinković
,
Č. Jelić
, and
T. Kundaković-Vasović

or cream mat cap, distinctly fleshy with a characteristic odour of flour and cucumber ( Flück, 2002 ). Phenolic compounds, flavonoids, ascorbic acid, β-carotene, tocopherols (α, β, and γ), and lycopene, as well as fatty acids, amino acids, and 5

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Progress in Agricultural Engineering Sciences
Authors:
Dzsenifer Németh
,
Gábor Balázs
,
Zsanett Bodor
,
John-Lewis Zinia Zaukuu
,
Zoltán Kovács
, and
Noémi Kappel

than the self-rooted ones, also their lycopene content was higher. The vintage effect can significantly influence the organoleptic parameters of melons ( Bett-Garber et al., 2003 ). Conclusion Grafting of cucurbits is very popular today. Grafted

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