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Homogeneity of composition of virgin olive oil from west Istria - an example of the Leccino variety






Agronomski Glasnik 60(5/6): 243-255

Homogeneity of composition of virgin olive oil from west Istria - an example of the Leccino variety

The homogeneity of oil composition was examined in Leccino from the west part of Istrian peninsula (Croatia). Olive samples were picked at 3 intervals during ripening from plantings in the central (Porec) and southern part (Pula) of the area. Oil samples were produced in local olive mills by the continuous centrifugal system.


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