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The vitamin C content of Moravian fruit. I. Sweet cherries, acid cherries and soft fruit



The vitamin C content of Moravian fruit. I. Sweet cherries, acid cherries and soft fruit



Ann. Acad. tchecosl. Agric, 17: 154-62



The vitamin C content of both sweet and acid cherries was found to be very low. It proved to be related to fruit colour, dark-red to brown varieties being richer in the vitamin than yellow or pink varieties. Early varieties of sweet cherries, moreover, had a higher vitamin C content than late varieties.

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