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Ribes stenocarpum Maxim. (RSM) is abundant but less known in the Qinghai-Tibet Plateau, so far, it is still in the wild state and has not been effectively developed and utilized. Based on this, the fruits RSM at seven different picking time were used to quantify the contents of total...

Author(s)
Liang XinYue; Ye Ying; Zhu YunHe; Xiao JinRong; Qiao YangBo
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Citation
Scientia Horticulturae, 2023, 308,
Abstract

Considering the health-benefits of berry fruits consumption and increased market demands for food authenticity as one of the most important quality assurances, phenolic profiling by high-performance thin layer chromatography and ultra-high-performance liquid chromatography hyphenated with mass...

Author(s)
Krstic, D. D.; Ristivojevic, P. M.; Gašic, U. M.; Lazovic, M.; Fotiric Akšic, M. M.; Milivojevic, J.; Morlock, G. E.; Milojkovic-Opsenica, D. M.; Trifkovic, J. D.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Food Chemistry, 2023, 402,
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Leaf compounds may contribute to plant defense against Cronartium rusts. Secondary compounds are either natural or induced in leaves. We studied the variation of compounds in leaves of six alternate hosts of Cronartium pini and two of C. ribicola that represented either susceptible or resistant...

Author(s)
Piispanen, J.; Bergmann, U.; Karhu, J.; Kauppila, T.; Kaitera, J.
Publisher
Springer, Dordrecht, Netherlands
Citation
European Journal of Plant Pathology, 2023, 165, 4, pp 677-692
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Microbial communities on fresh-consumed plant products are an important predictor of quality and safety for the consumer. Totally, 45 samples of berry fruits (8 blackberries, 9 blueberries, 8 strawberries, 8 raspberries, 12 currants) and 40 samples of leafy vegetables (20 lettuce, 6 cornsalad, 8...

Author(s)
Artimová, R.; Játiová, M.; Baumgartnerová, J.; Lipková, N.; Petrová, J.; Maková, J.; Javoreková, S.; Hleba, L.; Medová, J.; Medo, J.
Publisher
MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland
Citation
Horticulturae, 2023, 9, 2,
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In this study, a noval method was developed based on CO2 -responsive surfactant-functionalized multi-walled carbon nanotubes with microwave -ultrasound assistance extraction (CRS-MWN-MUAE) for obtain value-added compounds from plant waste. The single-factor experiments were applied to obtain the...

Author(s)
Pan HongYi; Nie SiMing; Li Cui; Zhang LiLi; Sun XiaoYe; Elateeq, A. A.; Yan SuiChao; Fu YuJie
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Industrial Crops and Products, 2023, 194,
Abstract

Berries of blackcurrant (Ribes nigrum L.) are popular for their strong and complex aroma and their benefits for health. In Burgundy (France), the most famous blackcurrant cultivar is the "Noir de Bourgogne". A blackcurrant breeding program was conducted to obtain new varieties, more resistant to...

Author(s)
Pagès-Hélary, S.; Nars-Chasseray, M.; Dujourdy, L.; Cayot, N.
Publisher
MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland
Citation
Molecules, 2023, 28, 4,
Abstract

Ribes L. belongs to the Grossulariaceae family and has important edible, medicinal, ornamental, and landscaping values. Taxonomic classification within this genus is difficult due to its large variety of species, wide distribution, large morphological variations, and presence of two complex...

Author(s)
Zhang BaoShan; Yu ZiYang; Xu ZhiChao; Zheng BaoJiang
Publisher
MDPI AG, Basel, Switzerland
Citation
Plants, 2023, 12, 4,
Abstract

Blackcurrant cultivars originating from different European countries (Finland, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, and Scotland) but cultivated at the same geographic location and under the same climatic conditions in Finland were investigated. Berries of 21 cultivars were pressed into juices without...

Author(s)
Tian Ye; Karhu, S.; Virtanen, M.; Linderborg, K. M.; Yang BaoRu; Laaksonen, O.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
LWT - Food Science and Technology, 2023, 173,
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The objective of this paper was to evaluate seven different berries most consumed in Romania in order to determine the bioactive compounds: total phenolics content, total flavonoid content, total anthocyanins content, antioxidant activity by DPPH and total antioxidant capacity (water-soluble and...

Author(s)
Multescu, M.; Susman, I. E.
Publisher
University Dunarea de Jos of Galati, Galati, Romania
Citation
Annals of the University "Dunarea de Jos" of Galati - Fascicle VI: Food Technology, 2022, 46, 2, pp 62-73
Abstract

Lonicera caeruleabrix is a perennial shrub native to North America, Europe and Asia. It produces dark blue berries known as honeyberries or haskap berries which are produced commercially in several territories including Canada, Japan, Russia and Poland. Plants are suited to UK environments, but it...

Author(s)
Gamble, L.; Pont, S. D. A.; Allwood, J. W.; Jarret, D. A.; Hancock, R. D.
Publisher
Wiley, Oxford, UK
Citation
Annals of Applied Biology, 2022, 182, 2, pp 171-182

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