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Studies on biologically active substances in different brassica species



Studies on biologically active substances in different brassica species



Puti Uluchsheniya Kachestva i Sokhranyaemosti Pishchevykh Produktov: 25-31



Variations in tocopherol and phylloquinone concentrations in cauliflowers and Brussels sprouts stored under different conditions were investigated. Two cultivars of each species were stored at -1 to +1 degrees C in CA at 95-98% RH or normal atmosphere (NA) at 93-96% RH. After 1 month's storage, the concentrations of tocopherols in the cauliflower cultivars Movir-74 and Alpha Marva Record decreased by 19.1 and 18.0%, respectively, in CA and by 8.8 and 9.2% in NA.

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