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Globe artichoke: A functional food and source of nutraceutical ingredients
Globe artichoke (Cynara cardunculus L. subsp. scolymus (L.) Hayek, (formerly Cynara scolymus L.) represents an important component of the Mediterranean diet, and is a rich source of bioactiveExpand
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Low temperature metabolism of apple phenolics and quiescence of Phlyctaena vagabunda.
The content of chlorogenic acid, (+)-catechin, (-)-epicatechin, phloretin glycosides, and quercetin glycosides in fresh and stored Golden Delicious apples (Malus domestica Borkh) was determined. TheExpand
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Role of endogenous flavonoids in resistance mechanism of Vigna to aphids.
Cultivated and wild species of the genus Vigna were screened for their flavonoid content. Flavonoid HPLC analyses clearly showed that cultivated lines of cowpea (Vigna unguiculata L. Walp.) are veryExpand
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GROWTH AND NUTRIENT REMOVAL BY BROCCOLI.
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Verbascoside, isoverbascoside, and their derivatives recovered from olive mill wastewater as possible food antioxidants.
Olive oil processing industries generate substantial quantities of phenolic-rich byproducts, which could be valuable natural sources of antioxidants. This work is focused on the recovery andExpand
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Electrosynthesized poly(pyrrole)/poly(2-naphthol) bilayer membrane as an effective anti-interference layer for simultaneous determination of acethylcholine and choline by a dual electrode
Several neural diseases appear related to the neurotransmitter acethylcholine (ACh) and its metabolite choline (Ch) brain levels so that their simultaneous determination is essential. A cross-talkExpand
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Bioactive polyphenols: Their role in quality and storability of fruit and vegetables
Phenolic compounds are plant secondary metabolites that are naturally present in essentially all plant material, including food products of plant origin. They are particularly prominent in fruit andExpand
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Verbascosides from olive mill waste water: assessment of their bioaccessibility and intestinal uptake using an in vitro digestion/Caco-2 model system.
Olive mill wastewater (OMWW) is an agricultural waste material produced in high quantities in the Mediterranean basin. OMWW may be an inexpensive source of health promoting phytochemicals withExpand
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Flavonoid constituents of seed coats of Vicia faba (Fabaceae) in relation to genetic control of their color
Flavonoid aglycones were identified from Vicia faba L. seed coats corresponding to eight genetically determined colors. Myricetin predominates over quercetin in beige, black, brown, green, red, andExpand
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Biological activity of high molecular weight phenolics from olive mill wastewater.
Olive oil production generates large amounts of recalcitrant compounds, the olive oil mill wastewater (OMWW), which represent one of the most contaminating effluents among those produced by theExpand
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