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Impact of Environments on the Accumulation of Capsaicinoids in Capsicum spp.
The use of a chili fruit is distinguished by its capsaicinoid content, which shows many beneficial effects in food and pharmaceutical applications. However, chilies exhibit wide variations in the… Expand
Stability analysis of yield and capsaicinoids content in chili (Capsicum spp.) grown across six environments
There is a need for identifying chili cultivars with stable amounts of capsaicinoids so that the amount of pungency in the final product can be controlled. Therefore, six cultivars were evaluated for… Expand
Evaluation of the effect of genotype-by-environment interaction on capsaicinoid production in hot pepper hybrids (Capsicum chinense Jacq.) under controlled environment
- N. Jeeatid, Bhalang Suriharn, S. Techawongstien, S. Chanthai, P. Bosland, S. Techawongstien
- 17 May 2018
Abstract Hot pepper cultivars developed for capsaicinoid production may not perform the same in different growing environments causing a problem to control a quality product for food and… Expand
Determination of major and minor capsaicinoids in different varieties of the Capsicum fruits using GC-MS and their inhibition effect of the chilli extract on α-amylase activity.
The major and minor components of capsaicinoids were determined in seven main varieties of the Capsicum fruits grown in Northeast of Thailand. The methanol extract of capsaicinoids was cleaned up by… Expand
Compatibility of inter-specific crosses between Capsicum chinense Jacq. and Capsicum baccatum L. at different fertilization stages
Abstract Interspecific barriers have been investigated in a direct and reciprocal cross between Capsicum chinense Jacq. (‘cv. C’) and Capsicum baccatum L. (‘cv. B’). Compatibilities of interspecific… Expand
Light intensity affects capsaicinoid accumulation in hot pepper (Capsicum chinense Jacq.) cultivars
- N. Jeeatid, S. Techawongstien, Bhalang Suriharn, P. Bosland, S. Techawongstien
- Horticulture, Environment, and Biotechnology
- 19 April 2017
Strong light intensity affects plant growth, fruit yield, and accumulation of capsaicinoids in hot peppers (Capsicum spp.) which are important food and medicinal products. Shading improves plant… Expand
Screening tomato cultivars for high beta -carotene and bacterial wilt resistance
Influence of Cytokinins and Gibberellic Acid on Vase Life of Cut Gerbera (gerbera Jamesonii) Cv. Florijn
Contamination of aflatoxin in dried chili products during storage in Thailand