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Zi Wei, Peter Jeranyama, Fan Zhang, Carolyn DeMoranville, and Harvey J.M. Hou

The American cranberry ( Vaccinium macrocapron Ait.) contains abundant antioxidants ( Vinson et al., 2008 ) and is an important and nutritious food and beverage source. It also has noteworthy health benefit in fighting human cardiovascular and

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Mustafa Özgen, Karim M. Farag, Senay Ozgen, and Jiwan P. Palta

Wisconsin Cranberry Board, Inc. and by the College of agricultural and Life Sciences, University of Wisconsin, Madison. We also thank Turkish Ministry of Education for their support of Dr. Mustafa Özgen for graduate training.

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Fan Zhang, Zi Wei, Peter Jeranyama, Carolyn DeMoranville, and Harvey J.M. Hou

The American cranberry ( Vaccinium macrocarpon ) contains antioxidants abundant both in quality and quantity because of its significant flavonoid content and phenolic acids. It is popular as a nutritious food and beverage source and has well

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M.J. Hattendorf and J.R. Davenport

1 Research Associate. 2 Manager, Agricultural Research. Washington State Univ. Agriculture Research Center Paper no. 9412-33. This research was supported by grants from Ocean Spray Cranberries and U.S. Dept. of Agriculture

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Kim Patten, John Wang, Fred Katz, Don Riemer, Chuck Kusek, and Herb Hopen

1 Associate Horticulturist. 2 Research Technician. 3 Graduate Student. 4 Professor. 5 Cranberry Scientist. H/LA Paper no. 93-25. Project no. 6090, College of Agriculture and Home Economics Research Center, Washington State Univ., Pullman

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Marianna Hagidimitriou and Teryl R. Roper

1 Graduate research assistant. 2 Assistant professor. This research was supported in part with funds from Ocean Spray Cranberries and the Wisconsin Cranberry Board. The cost of publishing this paper was defrayed in part by the payment of page

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Rodney Serres and Brent McCown

We appreciate the technical help of Eric Zeldin and Heidi Heel. This research was supported by the Wisconsin Cranberry Board and the Agricultural Research Station, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, Univ. of Wisconsin–Madison. Mention

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Brian A. Birrenkott and Elden J. Stang

Sciences, the Graduate School, Univ. of Wisconsin–Madison, and the Wisconsin cranberry industry under the auspices of the Wisconsin Cranberry Board, Inc. We thank DuBay Cranberries, Inc., Junction City, Wis., for their generosity in providing facilities and

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Michael Marcotrigiano and Susan P. McGlew

1 Associate Professor. 2 Research Technician. Publication no. 3016 of the Massachusetts Agricultural Experiment Station. This research was supported in part by financial assistance and equipment donations from Ocean Spray Cranberries, Inc. We are

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Carl J. Rosen, Deborah L. Allan, and James J. Luby

providing the cranberry cuttings, Christine Searles for assistance with collecting the soil samples, and Gilbert Ahlstrand for assistance with X-ray microanalysis. The cost of publishing this paper was defrayed in part by the payment of page charges. Under