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Studies on ascorbic acid in coffee plants. II. Distribution in ripe fruits and its relationship with coffee quality

Studies on ascorbic acid in coffee plants. II. Distribution in ripe fruits and its relationship with coffee quality

Journal of Coffee Research 4(2): 25-28

ISSN/ISBN: 0374-8537

The ascorbic acid content was estimated in the fruit wall, seed and mucilage of ripe fruit of C. arabica cvs. S.795, S.1934 and Kent's, C. canephora S.274 and C. excelsa. There were significant differences in the mucilage contents only. The seeds contained most ascorbic acid and the mucilage least.

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