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The evaluation of the nutritive value and quality in fresh brassicaceous vegetables after harvest, during preparation, and subsequent to storage

, : The evaluation of the nutritive value and quality in fresh brassicaceous vegetables after harvest, during preparation, and subsequent to storage. Acta Horticulturae (38): 143-177

Factors affecting the nutrient content of brassicas are reviewed, including breeding and selection, environment, and maturity and storage.

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