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Colarič M. Veberič R. Štampar F. & Hudina M. 2005 Evaluation of peach and nectarine fruit quality and correlations between sensory and chemical attributes. J. Sci. Fd Agric., 85 , 2611–2616 Hudina M

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Acta Alimentaria
Authors: P. Havas, Sz. Kun, G. Styevkó, V. Slačanac, J. Hardi, and J. Rezessy-Szabó

Saarela , M., Alakomi , H.L., Mättö , J., Ahonen , A. M., Puhakka , A. & Tynkkynen S. (2011): Improving the storage stability of Bifidobacterium breve in low pH fruit juice. Int. J. Food Microbiol. , 149 , 106

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2005 52 787 795 Erci-li, S. (2007): Chemical composition of fruit in some rose ( Rosa spp.) species. Food

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Gromadska, M. (1957): Observations upon Thysanopteran — fauna of fruit-trees flowers. Pol. Pismo Entomol. XXVI, 368–381. Gromadska M. Observations upon Thysanopteran — fauna of fruit

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. Ford , E.S. & Mokdad , A.H. ( 2001 ): Fruit and vegetable consumption and diabetes mellitus incidence among U.S . adults. Prev. Med. , 32 , 33 – 39

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: Rosiane M. C. Farias, Marta M. Conceição, Roberlúcia A. Candeia, Marta C. D. Silva, Valter J. Fernandes Jr., and Antonio G. Souza

the oleaginous. The castor oil ( Ricinus Communis L.) as well as the passion fruit ( Passiflora edulis ) are oleaginous plants to be investigated regarding the characteristics as biofuel, presented oil content of 45–25%, respectively [ 6

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Introduction Fruit quality presents a different point of view for breeder, grower, food industry and consumers. Based on the FAO and WHO, the quality standard of fresh vegetables mostly considers external quality attributes (size, shape, colour and

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. Dave, Y. S., Bhatnagar, N. and Rao, T. V. R. (1997): Histo-architecture of the developing fruit of Combretum coccineum Lam. (Combretaceae). - Phytomorphology 47 (2): 167-172. Histo-architecture of the developing fruit of

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A study has been carried out to determine soil-plant transfer factors relevant to fruit crops. The current default values for137Cs, Pu and Am used in the NRPB food-chain model FARMLAND were generally higher than the TFs observed. Lower values would be more appropriate for general assessments. For the United Kingdom, the current approach in which TF values for apples are applied to all domestically produced fruit is considered reasonable. This study also indicates that the assumption that TFs for fruit are the same as those for green vegetables is reasonable for137Cs, Pu and Am, but, for90Sr, data specific to apples would be preferable.

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838 Cohen, J. H., Kristal, A. R., Stanford, J. L.: Fruit and vegetable intakes and prostate cancer risk. J. Nat. Cancer Inst., 2000, 92 , 61

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