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Title: Mahonia aquifolium as a promising raw material for the food industry
Authors: Sorokopudov, V. N.
Myachikova, N. I.
Georgescu, C.
Keywords: biology
applied biology
plant raw materials
plant raw materials
Mahonia aquifolium
anthocyanins
minerals
natural dyes
vitamin C
Issue Date: 2018
Citation: Sorokopudov, V.N. Mahonia aquifolium as a promising raw material for the food industry / V.N. Sorokopudov, N.I. Myachikova, C. Georgescu // Scientific Study and Research: Chemistry and Chemical Engineering, Biotechnology, Food Industry. - 2017. - N18(4).-P. 427-434. - Refer.: p. 433-434
Abstract: The development of the food industry leads to the expansion of the range of processed raw materials. Mahonia aquifolium today can be attributed to the non-traditional agricultural plants. However, the analysis of the chemical composition of the fruits showed that they contain significant amount of carbohydrates, vitamin C, various minerals, which recommend it for a wider use in the diet
URI: http://dspace.bsu.edu.ru/handle/123456789/23109
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