Chemical composition of caneberry (Rubus spp.) seeds and oils and their antioxidant potential.

@article{Bushman2004ChemicalCO,
  title={Chemical composition of caneberry (Rubus spp.) seeds and oils and their antioxidant potential.},
  author={B. S. Bushman and B. Phillips and T. Isbell and B. Ou and J. Crane and S. Knapp},
  journal={Journal of agricultural and food chemistry},
  year={2004},
  volume={52 26},
  pages={
          7982-7
        }
}
Caneberries (Rubus spp. L.) are grown primarily throughout the Pacific Northwestern United States and Canada. Processing of caneberry fruit typically removes the seed, and the development of a value-added use of seeds could expand the market for caneberries and the profit margins for growers. An initial step toward the use of the seeds is a characterization of seed and oil. Our investigation has described compositional characteristics for seeds of five commonly grown caneberry species: red… Expand
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