TITLE

DETERMINE OF CARBOHYDRATES, PROTEIN AND PHENOLIC COMPOUNDS OF FIVE DATE PALM CULTIVARS Phoenix dactylifera L

AUTHOR(S)
Abed, A. M.; Altememy, E. H.; Gameel, N. S.
PUB. DATE
July 2006
SOURCE
Basrah Journal of Agricultural Sciences;2006, Vol. 19 Issue 2, p70
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This study was conducted during cultivation season 2004 to evaluate carbohydrates, protein and phenolic content in five cultivars fruits of Date Palm Phoenix dactylifera which were: Hillawi, Sayer, Braim, Maktoom and Amaldehn in Abu-Alkhassieb orchards that Hillawi cv had the highest carbohydrate content than other cultivars and recorded 33.5% without any significant difference than Sayer and Maktoom. About protein content the cultivars Amaldehn, Braim and Maktoom were had the highest average in contrast with Sayer and Hillawi the average of protein content were 4.45, 4.48 and 4.72% for three cultivar, respectively, the result referred to significant difference among cultivars for phenolic compounds content parametis, the cultivars: Braim, Maktoom different than Sayer, Hillawi and Amaldehn significants. All highest average content (%) was recorded in Sayer (21.5%). The lowest average content phenolic compound (%) was recorded in Braim (1.03%).
ACCESSION #
23757797

 

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