Physiochemical, nutritional and functional characterization of 10 different pear cultivars ( Pyrus spp.)

@article{Yim2016PhysiochemicalNA,
  title={Physiochemical, nutritional and functional characterization of 10 different pear cultivars ( Pyrus spp.)},
  author={S. Yim and S. Nam},
  journal={Journal of applied botany and food quality},
  year={2016},
  volume={89}
}
  • S. Yim, S. Nam
  • Published 2016
  • Chemistry
  • Journal of applied botany and food quality
This study was performed to compare the physiochemical properties and nutritional components including sugars, amino acids, and minerals of 10 common pear cultivars cultivated in Korea (four Pyrus spp. ). Furthermore, the pear cultivars were characterized for functional properties with respect to phenolic compounds by HPLC/DAD analysis and antioxidant activities using DPPH and ABTS assays. Among the 10 pear cultivars that were tested, Niitaka and Hanareum pears show the best physiochemical… Expand

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