Quantitative changes in phenolic content during physiological development of the olive (Olea europaea) cultivar Hardy's Mammoth.

@article{Ryan2003QuantitativeCI,
  title={Quantitative changes in phenolic content during physiological development of the olive (Olea europaea) cultivar Hardy's Mammoth.},
  author={Danielle N Ryan and Paul D. Prenzler and Shimon Lavee and Michael Antolovich and Kevin Robards},
  journal={Journal of agricultural and food chemistry},
  year={2003},
  volume={51 9},
  pages={2532-8}
}
This investigation was designed to characterize phenolic metabolism of the olive cultivar, Hardy's Mammoth, by examining its constitutive tissues. The phenolic profiles of pulp, seed, stone, and new and old season leaves were monitored over two fruiting seasons, to investigate possible relationships between tissues and phenol content and to determine the impact of alternate fruit bearing. No major qualitative differences in phenolic composition were found between the various tissues; however… CONTINUE READING

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