Chia (Salvia hispanica L.) Oil Extraction Using Different Organic Solvents: Oil Yield, Fatty Acids Profile and Technological Analysis of Defatted Meal
Effect of Short-Term Anoxic Treatment on Internal Browning and Antioxidant Ability in Pineapple cv. Phulae
Optimización por Diseño de Mezclas de la Aceptabilidad de una Galleta Enriquecida con Quinua (Chenopodium quinoa), Soya (Glycine max) y Cacao (Theobroma cacao L.)
The Genus Heracleum: A Comprehensive Review on Its Phytochemistry, Pharmacology,and Ethnobotanical Values as a Useful Herb
Optimización Experimental del Proceso de Liofilización de Uchuva Adicionada con Componentes Activios por Impregnación al Vacío
Process Development for Maximum Lycopene Production from Selected Fruit Waste and its Antioxidant and Antiradical Activity
Lycopene, one of the most widely used carotenoid is an efficient antioxidant and singlet oxygen quencher. Increasing demand of lycopene in the nutraceutical and drug industry has directed the researchers to produce lycopene with cost effective methods in large scale to meet the growing demand. Thermal processing liberates this carotenoid from complexes with proteins and thus increases its bioaccessibilty.
Fruit and Vegetable Co-Products as Functional Feed Ingredients in Farm Animal Nutrition for Improved Product Quality
There are significant environmental, economic and social factors favoring the reutilization of fruit and vegetable processing co-products in farm animal nutrition. Current evidence shows that fruit and vegetable processing co-products can be effectively used in farm animal nutrition as functional feed ingredients for the production of food products of improved quality. These ingredients comply with consumer requests for the production of “clean,” “natural” and “eco/green” label food products.
Influence of Nitrogen Forms on Nitrate and Nitrite Accumulation in the Edible Parts of Spinach (Spinacia oleracea, L.) Plant with Maintenance for Yield Production