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Quality characteristics of jabara citrus jabara hort. ex tanaka and yuzu citrus junos sieb. ex tanaka fruit juice






Journal of the Japanese Society for Food Science and Technology (Nippon Shokuhin Kogyo Gakkaishi) 37(5): 346-354

Quality characteristics of jabara citrus jabara hort. ex tanaka and yuzu citrus junos sieb. ex tanaka fruit juice

The characteristics of Jabara and Yuzo were examined in connection with the qualities of their juices produced by using three juice extractors such as a hand press extractor and a In-line extractor. The results were as follows; (1) The fruit weight of Jabara was 1.2.apprx.1.7 times that of Yuzu. And Jabara fruit was seedless, but Yuzu had 27.apprx.28 seeds per fruit. (2) The yield of Jabara juice was apparently higher than that of Yuzu juice. That is, the yield of Jabara juice from the rotary press extractor and the In-line extractor were 27.5.apprx.30.1% and 32.2.apprx.41.7%, respectively and those of Yuzu juice were 12.3.apprx.14.3% and 8.8.apprx.10.2%, respectively. (3) The soluble sugar content of mature-yellow Jabara juice was 3.15.apprx.3.21%, which was the highest value, and the total contents of glucose and fructose reached about 50% of the total soluble sugars. In mature-yellow Yuzu juice, the acidity showed maximum content (5.69%), and more than 85% of the acidity was citric acid. (4) The pectin content in Yuzu from the In-line extractor was 4- to 5-fold in mature-green fruit and 70- to 100-fold in mature-yellow fruit higher than those of Jabara, respectively. (5) The oil contents in Jabara and Yuzu juices from the rotary press extractor were 2- to 5-fold higher than those from other extractors. (6) The major volatile components of Jabara and Yuzu juice were terpene hydrocarbons such as myrcene, d-limonene and .gamma.-terpinene. Myrcene was more than 40% in Jabara juice, and d-limonene was about 80% in Yuzu juice.

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