Chemical composition of potatoes. VI. Effect of variety and location on acid concentrations

  title={Chemical composition of potatoes. VI. Effect of variety and location on acid concentrations},
  author={Joseph H. Schwartz and M. I. Fow and R. Raskin and William L. Porter},
  journal={American Potato Journal},
A study was made of the variation of glutamic, aspartic, pyroglutamic, malic, citric, phosphoric, and oxalic acid concentrations in Cobbler, Katahdin, Kennebec, Red Pontiac, and Russet Burbank potatoes. Each variety was grown in six different locations (Idaho, Maine, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Long Island, and the Red River Valley) during the years 1961 through 1963. The varieties and locations studied were found to have a statistically significant effect in determining concentrations of the… CONTINUE READING
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