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Estrella Utilization of Mango Peels as Source of Pectin Technical BulleTin

  title={Estrella Utilization of Mango Peels as Source of Pectin Technical BulleTin},
  author={Aileen R. Ligisan and R{\^o}mulo},


Characterization of Pectic Substances from Selected Tropical Fruits
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Abstract Two different options for the combined recovery of pectin and phenolic compounds from mango peels, a byproduct of industrial mango processing, were developed. After extraction of dried mangoExpand
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Utilization of mango waste: peel as a source of pectin.
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Plant and their products have always been a source of various drugs and excipients used in pharmaceutical formulations. Pectin, a naturally occurring polysaccharide, has in recent years gainedExpand
The company processes various mango products for local consumption and export
  • Two kinds of mango wastes were produced at the plant, either from the aseptic processing of mango puree wherein the fruits were squeezed out mechanically to extract the mango juice, or from the dried fruit processing
  • 2011
Biochemical characteristics and gelling capacity of pectin from yellow passion fruit rind as affected by acid extractant nature.
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  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Journal of agricultural and food chemistry
  • 2009
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Combined enzymatic and colorimetric method for determining the uronic acid and methylester content of pectin: Application to tomato products.
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