Polyphenols in Common Beans (Phaseolus vulgaris L.): Chemistry, Analysis, and Factors Affecting Composition
Chemical and Technological Studies on Pink Grapefruit (Citrus paradise L.) Peels. 2- Physicochemical Properties and Technological Quality of Cake Fortified with Different Levels of Pink Grapefruit (Citrus paradise L.) Peels Powder
Peanut (Arachis hypogaea L.): A Prospective Legume Crop to Offer Multiple Health Benefits Under Changing Climate
Dynamic Changes in Health‐Promoting Properties and Eating Quality During Off‐Vine Ripening of Tomatoes
In this study, a two-variable linear regression model for predicting carrot brix (BRX) based on water content (WC) and firmness (FIR) of carrot was suggested. Paired samples t-test results showed that the difference between the brix values predicted by two-variable linear regression model and measured by laboratory tests were not statistically significant and to predict carrot BRX based on WC and FIR of carrot the two-variable linear regression model BRX = 36.94 - 0.368 WC + 0.001 FIR with R = 0.87 can be suggested.