Search Results

You are looking at 1 - 10 of 20 items for :

  • procyanidin B2 x
  • HortScience x
Clear All

-flavane-3-gallate], and procyanidin B2} in the pulp of four apple cultivars during fruit development. Materials and Methods All laboratory procedures took place at the Aomori Apple Institute Breeding Department Laboratory, Japan, with exception of the

Free access

vitamin A, β-carotene, and lycopene levels. Table 1. Meteorological data for harvest dates of early-, middle-, and late-period apricot types and cultivar. Chemicals 3-B-Q-D, procyanidin B1, B2, B3, caffeic acid, gallic acid, p-coumaric acid

Free access

procyanidin B1 (PCB1), procyanidin B2 (PCB2), procyanidin B5 (PCB5), procyanidin C1 (PCC1), and cinnamtannin A2 (CA2) (Planta Analytica, Danbury, CT). These standards were chosen because of their known presence in apples as well as their importance in sensory

Free access

procyanidin B1 ( Table 2 ). The levels of these phenolics might affect the final cider quality as explained previously ( Khanizadeh et al., 2007 , 2008 ) and is worth further investigation along with their effect on disease susceptibility ( Ehsani

Free access

shown in Fig. 2 , the moisture content of the final products with an initial moisture content of 82.33% d.b. varied between 12% and 20% d.b. As expected, there was a continuous decrease in the moisture contents with time. The time elapsed from the

Open Access

sulfide. This method, originally reported by Ugliano and Henschke (2010) , has been used to monitor H 2 S during cider fermentations by Boudreau et al. (2017b) . Color change in the H 2 S detector tubes was recorded every 24 h. Flasks were kept at 18 °C

Open Access

was used, with a Phenomenex Luna 250 × 4.6-mm C18(2) 100-Å, 5-µm LC column. A binary solvent system with solvent A: 95% water + 5% formic acid and solvent B: 100% methanol was used with linear gradient of 5% B to 20% B from 0 to 2 min; isocratic

Free access

- -(2″- O - p -coumaroylglucopyranoside), ( B ) Kaempferol 3-O-sophoroside. FENUGREEK Fenugreek ( Trigonella foenum graecum ) is a native of Southeastern and West Asia and widely grown in India, Argentina, Egypt, and Mediterranean countries. It is

Free access

pedigree because it was selected from a cross between a thornless cultivar and a selection of the western dewberry, Rubus ursinus Cham. et Schlt. Fig. 1. Flowering plant of ‘Wild Treasure’. Fig. 2. Ripe fruit on plants of ‘Wild

Free access

, procyanidin B2, and phloridzin dihydrate from Fluka Chemie (Buchs, Switzerland); quercetin 3- O -arabinofuranoside and quercetin 3- O -xyloside from Apin Chemicals (Abingdon, U.K.); and (+)-catechin from Roth (Karlsruhe, Germany). Methanol for the extraction

Free access