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The vitamin and microelement content of little-known vegetables in cis-Urals






Voprosy Pitaniya ( 4): 74-75

The vitamin and microelement content of little-known vegetables in cis-Urals

The nutritive value of some minor crops is briefly described. Tabulated data are included on the content of vitamins C, B2, E and PP and/or the microelements Mo, I and Co in herbs including basil, lovage, coriander, mint, fennel and caraway.

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