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Some chemical characteristics of cured leaves of flue-cured tobacco relative to time of harvest, stalk position and chlorophyll content of the green leaves



Some chemical characteristics of cured leaves of flue-cured tobacco relative to time of harvest, stalk position and chlorophyll content of the green leaves



Tobacco, N.Y, 166: 14, 22-9



In tobaccos of different maturity, most constituents examined varied with time of harvest and, with the exception of K, with priming. N constituents (except alkaloids) and water-soluble acidity decreased with reduction of total chlorophyll; alkaloids increased slightly. Total sugars increased and Cl decreased with reduction of total chlorophyll to 2 mg/g.

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