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Juan Carlos Díaz-Pérez and Kelly St. John

acetone (90% v/v), filtered, and taken to a volume of 50 mL ( Ilic et al., 2012 ; Lichtenthaler, 1987 ). Pigments concentrations were calculated from the absorbance of the extract at 470, 645, and 663 nm. Total phenols were determined as a measure of

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Nicole Burkhard, Derek Lynch, David Percival and Mehdi Sharifi

by berry number for each plant. All berry data are presented as cumulative totals across all harvest dates and average of three plants per subplot. Soluble solids and total phenolics in berries as indices of berry quality were measured in weeded

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Cain C. Hickey and Tony K. Wolf

ThermoSpectronic spectrophotometer (Cambridge, UK). The KCl-buffered sample (pH 1.0) was diluted further (2 parts sample:1 part 0.025 M KCl buffer ratio) and its 280-nm absorbance was measured in duplicate to quantify phenolics. Total phenolics were expressed on an

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Yanina Perez Cayo, Steven Sargent, Cecilia do Nascimento Nunes and Vance Whitaker

errors. Mean separations by the Fisher’s least significant difference test at P < 0.05. Fig. 6. Total phenolic content (TPC) of commercial strawberry cultivars and advanced selections obtained on four harvest dates during two consecutive years. ( A

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Mohamed S. Elmongy, Xiuyun Wang, Hong Zhou and Yiping Xia

, and 28 d after being transferred to the media. Samples were collected and stored at −80 °C. The total phenols, flavonols, polyphenolic acids, and anthocyanins were measured by spectrophotometry using the method described by Fukumoto and Mazza (2000

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Desire Djidonou, Xin Zhao, Jeffrey K. Brecht and Kim M. Cordasco

five randomly selected, marketable, and ripe fruit from each treatment per replication were used for measurements of pH, TTA, SSC, vitamin C, lycopene, and β-carotene concentrations, and total phenolic content. To ensure similar ripeness of fruit across

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Esnath T. Hamadziripi, Karen I. Theron, Magdalena Muller and Willem J. Steyn

largest fraction of the total antioxidant capacity of apple fruit ( Lee et al., 2003 ). Total phenolics correlated strongly with total antioxidant activity in the flesh ( r = 0.91) and peel ( r = 0.98) of seven apple cultivars ( Drogoudi et al., 2008

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Yi Gong, Ronald B. Pegg, Adrian L. Kerrihard, Brad E. Lewis and Richard J. Heerema

, statistically significant differences between pruned and unpruned samples were determined by the unpaired t test (α = 0.05). Results and Discussion Total phenolics content. The kernel TPCs, according to presence of mechanical pruning treatments and canopy

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Renee T. Threlfall, Olivia S. Hines, John R. Clark, Luke R. Howard, Cindi R. Brownmiller, Daniela M. Segantini and Lydia J.R. Lawless

, cyanidin 3-malonylglucoside, and cyanidin 3-dioxalylglucoside) were quantified as cyanidin 3-glucoside (acy) equivalents with total monomeric anthocyanins results expressed as milligrams per 100 g of fresh berry weight. Total phenolics. Total phenolics were

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M. Joseph Stephens, Jessica Scalzo, Peter A. Alspach, Ron A. Beatson and Ann Marie Connor

, total phenolic content, and total anthocyanins content to determine how breeding for high fruit yield affects health properties of red raspberry and ultimately prospects for the breeder to improve both traits. An inheritance study, in the form of a