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Elaboration of novel extraction procedure to reveal bioactive component profile of anthocyanin-rich plants.

The content of anthocyanin derivatives, antioxidant activity, and phenolic content were determined in black elderberry (Sambucus nigra L.), sweet cherry (Prunus avium L.), blackberry (Rubus fruticosus L.), black currant (Ribes nigrum L.), and blackthorn (Prunus Spinosa L.). The extraction...

Authors
Kiss, A.; Rapi, S.; Korozs, M.; Forgo, P.
Publisher
Czech Academy of Agricultural Sciences
Publication
Czech Journal of Food Sciences, 2014, 32, 4, pp 384-390
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Phenolic compounds and antioxidant capacity of dried and candied fruits commonly consumed in Serbia.

Dried fruits (plums, apricots, figs, grapes (amber light and amber dark), chokeberries, and bilberries), and candied fruits (cranberries, cherries, and dates), commercially available and commonly consumed in Serbia, were purchased on the same day in local groceries, and analysed for total phenolics...

Authors
Miletic´, N.; Popovic´, B.; Mitrovic´, O.; Kandic´, M.; Leposavic´, A.
Publisher
Czech Academy of Agricultural Sciences
Publication
Czech Journal of Food Sciences, 2014, 32, 4, pp 360-368
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Characterization of cuticle composition after cold storage of "Celeste" and "Somerset" sweet cherry fruit.

Cuticle composition and structure may be relevant factors affecting the storage potential of fruits, but very few studies have analyzed fruit cuticle composition from a postharvest perspective. In this work, the chemical composition of waxes and cutin (major cuticular components) was analyzed in...

Authors
Belge, B.; Llovera, M.; Comabella, E.; Gatius, F.; Guillén, P.; Graell, J.; Lara, I.
Publisher
American Chemical Society
Publication
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2014, 62, 34, pp 8722-8729
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Determination of antioxidant capacities, α-dicarbonyls, and phenolic phytochemicals in Florida varietal honeys using HPLC-DAD-ESI-MSn.

Honeys contain phenolic compounds and α-dicarbonyls with antioxidant and antimicrobial capacities, respectively. The type and concentration of these compounds vary depending on the floral source and geographical location where the honey is produced. Seventeen varietal honeys, including 12...

Authors
Marshall, S. M.; Schneider, K. R.; Cisneros, K. V.; Gu, L. W.
Publisher
American Chemical Society
Publication
Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, 2014, 62, 34, pp 8623-8631
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Simulating population genetics of pathogen vectors in changing landscapes: guidelines and application with Triatoma brasiliensis.

Background: Understanding the mechanisms that influence the population dynamics and spatial genetic structure of the vectors of pathogens infecting humans is a central issue in tropical epidemiology. In view of the rapid changes in the features of landscape pathogen vectors live in, this issue...

Authors
Rebaudo, F.; Costa, J.; Almeida, C. E.; Silvain, J. F.; Harry, M.; Dangles, O.
Publisher
Public Library of Sciences (PLoS)
Publication
PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 2014, 8, 8, pp e3068
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Elaboration of novel extraction procedure to reveal bioactive component profile of anthocyanin-rich plants.

The content of anthocyanin derivatives, antioxidant activity, and phenolic content were determined in black elderberry (Sambucus nigra L.), sweet cherry (Prunus avium L.), blackberry (Rubus fruticosus L.), black currant (Ribes nigrum L.), and blackthorn (Prunus Spinosa L.). The extraction...

Authors
Kiss, A.; Rapi, S.; Korozs, M.; Forgo, P.
Publisher
Czech Academy of Agricultural Sciences
Publication
Czech Journal of Food Sciences, 2014, 32, 4, pp 384-390
AbstractFull Text

Phenolic compounds and antioxidant capacity of dried and candied fruits commonly consumed in Serbia.

Dried fruits (plums, apricots, figs, grapes (amber light and amber dark), chokeberries, and bilberries), and candied fruits (cranberries, cherries, and dates), commercially available and commonly consumed in Serbia, were purchased on the same day in local groceries, and analysed for total phenolics...

Authors
Miletic´, N.; Popovic´, B.; Mitrovic´, O.; Kandic´, M.; Leposavic´, A.
Publisher
Czech Academy of Agricultural Sciences
Publication
Czech Journal of Food Sciences, 2014, 32, 4, pp 360-368
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PAFERN: advancing Philippine Agroforestry Education and Research via Networking.

Agroforestry education in the Philippines is already 30 years old. While there was interest among the state colleges and universities to offer various agroforestry education programs in the Philippines, these institutions were faced with a number of issues, development needs, and challenges that...

Authors
Landicho, L. D.
Publisher
Southeast Asian Regional Centre for Graduate Study and Research in Agriculture (SEARCA)
Publication
Asian Journal of Agriculture and Development, 2011, 8, 1, pp 91-105
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Effect of litter type on soil microbial parameters and dissolved organic carbon in a laboratory microcosm experiment.

A laboratory microcosm experiment was conducted to evaluate the effects of the four single-species (Pinus tabulaeformis (Pt), Pinus radiata (Pr), Cercidiphyllum japonicum (Cj), and Ostryopsis davidiana (Od)) litters from southwestern China and mixed pine-broadleaf (Pt + Cj, Pr + Cj, Pt + Od, Pr +...

Authors
Li, W.; Pan, K. W.; Wu, N.; Wang, J. C.; Wang, Y. J.; Zhang, L.
Publisher
Czech Academy of Agricultural Sciences
Publication
Plant, Soil and Environment, 2014, 60, 4, pp 170-176
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Nitrogen transformations in the rhizosphere of different tree types in a seasonally flooded soil.

Plant roots strongly influence C and N availability in the rhizosphere via rhizodeposition and uptake of nutrients. An in situ rhizobox approach was used to compare rhizosphere effects of different tree species and clones on N cycling under seasonally flooded soil. We examined N mineralization and...

Authors
Liu, D.; Fang, S.; Tian, Y.; Chang, S. X.
Publisher
Czech Academy of Agricultural Sciences
Publication
Plant, Soil and Environment, 2014, 60, 6, pp 249-254

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