Nutrients

Quinoa: An Emerging "New" Crop with Potential for CELSS

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Authors: 
Greg Schlick
Authors: 
David L. Bubenheim
Publisher: 
NASA
Year: 
1993

Nutritive value of banana

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Bananas and plantains are one of the world’s most important food crops. Plantains and a wide range of other cooking and dessert banana varieties provide a staple food for millions of people in the developing countries of the tropics, while exported bananas are ranked as the world’s most valuable fruit crop. This article examines the nutritional value of this popular, multi-purpose crop, providing information on the chemical composition of the fruit and comparing its nutritional value with other starchy staples and fruits.

Authors: 
Suzanne Sharrock
Authors: 
Charlotte Lusty
Publisher: 
INIBAP
Year: 
2000

Cuantificación de los diferentes folatos presentes en tomatillo (Physalis ixocarpa) por cromatografía de líquidos de alta resolución

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Authors: 
José Luis Ibave González
Authors: 
Y M. Ochoa
Publisher: 
TecnoCiencia Chihuahua
Year: 
2007

Evaluación de la composición nutricional de la maca y cañihua, procedente de diversos departamentos del Perú

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Authors: 
Teresa Blanco Blasco
Authors: 
Carlos Alvarado-Ortiz Ureta
Authors: 
Ana María Muñoz Jáuregui
Publisher: 
Universidad de San Martín de Porres
Year: 
2003

Efecto antioxidante de extractos naturales en manzana 'Red Deliciuos'

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Authors: 
Monica Villegas-Ochoa
Authors: 
J. Fernando Ayala-Zavala
Authors: 
Reynaldo Cruz Valenzuela
Authors: 
Javier Hernández
Authors: 
Gustavo A. González-Aguilar
Publisher: 
Simposium “Nuevas tecnologías de conservación y envasado de frutas y hortalizas. Vegetales frescos cortados” La Habana, Cuba.
Year: 
2005

Nutritive Value of Foods

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NutritiveValueFoods.jpgContains data on over 1,274 foods expressed in terms of common household units. The 19 nutrients in the table are water; calories; protein; total fat; saturated, monounsaturated, and polyunsaturated fatty acids; cholesterol; total dietary fiber; calcium; iron; potassium; sodium; vitamin A in IU and RE units; thiamin; riboflavin; niacin; and ascorbic acid.

Authors: 
Susan E. Gebhardt
Authors: 
Robin G. Thomas
Publisher: 
USDA ARS
Year: 
2002

Some Quality Components of Four Chia (Salvia hispanica L.) Genotypes Grown under Tropical Coastal Desert Ecosystem Conditions

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Authors: 
R. Ayerza
Authors: 
W. Coates
Publisher: 
Asian Journal of Plant Sciences
Year: 
2009
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