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Composition of sugars, organic acids, and total phenolics in 25 wild or cultivated berry species.
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It has been demonstrated that wild grown species generally contain more phenolics than cultivated ones, and this information is interesting for nutritionists as well as berry growers and breeders who can promote the cultivation of species and new cultivars with higher phenolic content.
Novel Roles for the Polyphenol Oxidase Enzyme in Secondary Metabolism and the Regulation of Cell Death in Walnut1[W][OPEN]
TLDR
It is suggested that PPO plays a novel and fundamental role in secondary metabolism and acts as an indirect regulator of cell death in walnut.
Comparative study of primary and secondary metabolites in apricot (Prunus armeniaca L.) cultivars.
TLDR
Three cultivars stand out as the richest in analyzed quality parameters: 'Mula Sadik', 'Bergeron' and 'Chuan Zhi Hong'.
A comparison of fruit quality parameters of wild bilberry (Vaccinium myrtillus L.) growing at different locations.
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The results of the study indicate that bilberries growing in sites with high photosynthetic active radiation contained higher levels of total sugars, anthocyanins, flavonols and hydroxycinnamic acids and lower levels of organic acids compared with bilberry fruit from low-light locations.
The influence of early yield on the accumulation of major taste and health-related compounds in black and red currant cultivars (Ribes spp.).
TLDR
Anthocyanins were the predominant phenolic group and were more abundant in black currant cultivars as compared to red ones, and similar amounts of sugars and organic acids were measured in both Ribes species; however, vitamin C was 3-fold higher inblack currants.
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