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Chemical composition of leguminous seeds: part I—content of basic nutrients, amino acids, phytochemical compounds, and antioxidant activity
- E. Grela, B. Kiczorowska, +4 authors E. Hanczakowska
- BiologyEuropean Food Research and Technology
- 1 March 2017
Compared to the other legume representatives, the importance of lupine is increasing, as the chemical composition of its seeds makes the plant an important nutraceutical component.
Content of Minerals and Fatty Acids and Their Correlation with Phytochemical Compounds and Antioxidant Activity of Leguminous Seeds
- E. Grela, W. Samolińska, B. Kiczorowska, R. Klebaniuk, P. Kiczorowski
- Biology, MedicineBiological Trace Element Research
- 29 March 2017
The 2,2-diphenyl-1-picrylhydrazyl antiradical activity was positively correlated with UFA and PUFA and indicates great protective potential of legume seeds for prevention and treatment of diet-dependent diseases.
DOES THE MAGNETIC FIELD IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF RADISH SEEDS
The low frequency magnetic field exposure improved radish seed germination energy and capacity of every old seed lot, and no significant effect of magnetic field of seeds on the hypocotyl and radicle elongation was observed.
Comparative effects of organic, traditional, and intensive production with probiotics on the fatty acid profile of cow’s milk
Abstract The aim of the study was to compare the chemical composition of milk produced in dairies. Based on the information provided by producers, the milk was divided into 4 groups according to the…
The natural feed additives as immunostimulants in monogastric animal nutrition – a review
- B. Kiczorowska, W. Samolińska, A. Al-Yasiry, P. Kiczorowski, A. Winiarska-Mieczan
- 26 July 2017
The main target of immunomodulatory feed additives is reduction of local inflammation, enhancement of the function of the immune system, a substantial impact on the health status of livestock animals, and improvement of their health status and production performance.
Comparison of basic chemical and mineral composition in edible parts of chosen pear cultivars produced in Podkarpackie Province.
Pears, besides apples, are also popular fruit species at the Polish fruit market. It is connected not only with their delicious taste but, among others, year-round availability at the market. The…
Comparative analysis of selected bioactive components (fatty acids, tocopherols, xanthophyll, lycopene, phenols) and basic nutrients in raw and thermally processed camelina, sunflower, and flax seeds…
- B. Kiczorowska, W. Samolińska, +5 authors M. Bąkowski
- Medicine, ChemistryJournal of Food Science and Technology
- 19 July 2019
The aim of study was to determine the content of basic nutrients, the level of fatty acids, tocopherols, xanthophyll, and lycopene, and the total phenolic content in camelina, sunflower, and flax seeds.
Influence of a Helium–Nitrogen RF Plasma Jet on Onion Seed Germination
- Agnieszka Starek-Wójcicka, A. Sagan, Piotr Terebun, M. Kwiatkowski, P. Kiczorowski, J. Pawłat
- Materials ScienceApplied Sciences
- 16 December 2020
This paper presents an experiment using a radio frequency atmospheric pressure plasma jet to generate cold plasma for pre-sowing stimulation of Wolska onion seeds. Impact of the He + N2 afterglow…
Efficacy of non-thermal plasma fumigation to control fungi occurring on onion seeds
- M. Kopacki, J. Pawłat, Piotr Terebun, M. Kwiatkowski, A. Starek, P. Kiczorowski
- BiologyInternational Conference on Electromagnetic…
- 1 December 2017
There is a possibility of onion seed treatment for production under conditions of organic cropping system without chemical pesticides by using cold plasma in pre-sowing stimulation of seeds of onion.
The response of Šampion trees growing on different rootstocks to applied organic mulches and mycorrhizal substrate in the orchard
- P. Kiczorowski, M. Kopacki, B. Kiczorowska
- Environmental ScienceScientia Horticulturae
- 1 November 2018
Abstract The aim of the study was to evaluate the effects of using organic mulches: barley straw, chipped pine bark, forest humus, compost, cow manure, commercial peat moss, and commercial…