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1 BioactiveCompounds inCashewNut ( Anacardiumoccidentale L . ) 2 Kernels : Effect of Different Shelling Methods 3

@inproceedings{Trox20101BI,
  title={1 BioactiveCompounds inCashewNut ( Anacardiumoccidentale L . ) 2 Kernels : Effect of Different Shelling Methods 3},
  author={Jennifer Trox and Vellingiri Vadivel and Walter Vetter and Wolfgang Stuetz and Veronika Scherbaum and Ute Gola and Donatus Nohr and Hans Konrad Biesalski},
  year={2010}
}
8 9 In the present study, the effects of various conventional shelling methods (oil-bath roasting, direct 10 steam roasting, drying, and open pan roasting) as well as a novel “Flores” hand-cracking method on 11 the levels of bioactive compounds of cashew nut kernels were investigated. The raw cashew nut kernels 12 were found to possess appreciable levels of certain bioactive compounds such as β-carotene 13 (9.57 μg/100 g of DM), lutein (30.29 μg/100 g of DM), zeaxanthin (0.56 μg/100 g of DM), R… 

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