Quality of fresh and stored carrots depending on iodine and nitrogen fertilization.

@article{Smole2014QualityOF,
  title={Quality of fresh and stored carrots depending on iodine and nitrogen fertilization.},
  author={Sylwester Smoleń and Włodzimierz Sady and Iwona Ledwożyw-Smoleń and Piotr Strzetelski and Marta Liszka-Skoczylas and Stanisław Rożek},
  journal={Food chemistry},
  year={2014},
  volume={159},
  pages={316-22}
}
INTRODUCTION Iodine is an important mineral nutrient essential for a proper functioning of human and animal organism. Despite current programmes of iodine prophylaxis (mainly based on salt iodization) approximately 30-38% of human population has insufficient iodine intake. Crop plants can become an efficient vector of this element in the food chain. Iodine is not a nutrient for plants. For that reason, in addition to determining the possibility of increasing iodine content in crop plant it is… CONTINUE READING
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