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Título : Evaluation of Heat-sensitive Micronutrients in Fresh, Sun-dried and Solar-dried Capsicum Varieties Grown in Peru
Autor : Nagle, Marcus
Jankowsky, Birgit
Peña Pineda, Karla
Rios, Llermé
Jäger, Matthias
Nohr, Donatus
Müller, Joachim
Fecha de publicación : oct-2011
Resumen : In this study, the vitamin and carotenoid content of three local varieties and six accessions of a gene bank in Peru were identified. It was observed that drying in the traditional way was almost impossible under Peruvian winter conditions (coast) and resulted in microbiological degradation, whereas almost all solar dryer samples reached the aimed moisture content. Dried capsicum with higher carotenoid and vitamin content provides products of better nutritional and economic value, which will contribute to food security.
Palabras clave : Capsicum
Carotenoids
High performance liquid chromatography
Micronutrients
Peru
Solar drying
Vitamin C
Editorial : University of Hohenheim
Citación : Nagle, M.; Jankowsky, B.; Peña, K.; Rios, Ll.; Jäger, M.; Nohr, D. & Müller, J. (2011). Evaluation of Heat-sensitive Micronutrients in Fresh, Sun-dried and Solar-dried Capsicum Varieties Grown in Peru. Tropentag, October 5-7, 2011, Bonn.
Descripción : 1 página
URI : https://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12955/1581
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