[NAFEX] antioxidant levels in small fruits
ramoyer at king.edu
Wed Jun 19 18:08:20 EDT 2002
More shameless self-promotion: The URL I sent before denied access to some
of you; try this one.
Select 'perform a search', then enter 'richard moyer'in the author box.
This title should come up:
Anthocyanins, Phenolics, and Antioxidant Capacity in Diverse Small Fruits:
Vaccinium, Rubus, and Ribes
Moyer, R. A.; Hummer, K. E.; Finn, C. E.; Frei, B.; Wrolstad, R. E.;
J. Agric. Food Chem.; (Article); 2002; 50(3); 519-525.
We surveyed 107 different small fruits for pigment and antioxidant levels.
Black raspberries were tops, but small fruited blueberries were close.
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