Evaluation of Taste, Total Phenols and Antioxidant for Fresh, Roasted, Shade dried and Boiled leaves of Edible Arum palaestinum Bioss

  title={Evaluation of Taste, Total Phenols and Antioxidant for Fresh, Roasted, Shade dried and Boiled leaves of Edible Arum palaestinum Bioss},
  author={Mohammad Qneibi and N. Jaradat and A. Zaid and N. Abu-Khalaf and Abdel-Razzak Natsheh and Fatima Hussen},
  journal={Marmara Pharmaceutical Journal},

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