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A comparative study of suitability for drying purposes in forty varieties of the sweetpotato
Joseph S. Caldwell
|Statement||by Joseph S. Caldwell, Hubert H. Moon, and Charles W. Culpepper|
|Series||Circular / United States Department of Agriculture -- no. 499, Circular (United States. Dept. of Agriculture) -- no. 499.|
|Contributions||Moon, H. H. (Hubert Hill), 1893-, Culpepper, C. W. (Charles W.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||52 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||52|
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A subsequent field study found that mulches of dry cypress, eucalyptus and lucerne reduced movement of weevils from a release point to reach sweetpotato plants and lowered level of . The importance of RTB crops for farmer households may contribute to the diffusion of improved RTB varieties both for food security reasons, especially as an emergency and hunger crop (Lynam, ), e.g. sweetpotato in Rwanda, Mozambique and potato in parts of Ethiopia, and more recently as a new source of income.
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Comparative study of suitability for drying purposes in forty varieties of the sweetpotato. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, (OCoLC) The study revealed that there was a significant (P ≤ ) interaction between varieties and boiling time on softening of the cooking banana varieties (Fig.
1a). According to the results obtained, 5 min boiled pulp slices firmness loss of all varieties was significantly (P Cited by: 7. A Comparative Study to Assess the Suitability of Spray Drying Versus Hot Melt Extrusion in the Production of Compati ble Monolithic Fixed Dose Co mbination (FDC) products.
Kelleher. Sweetpotato (Ipomoea batatas Lam.) is cultivated throughout the tropics and warm temperate regions of the world for its starch roots, which can provide nutrition, besides edible tuberous root is either long and tapered, ovoid or round with a skin colour ranging from white, brown, purple or red and the flesh colour ranging from white, pale cream, orange or by: Comparative study of drying characteristic, moisture diffusivity, and quality attributes of blanched carrot slices (BCS) dried by hot‐air and short‐ and medium‐wave infrared radiation (SMIR) were investigated.
SMIR drying could shorten drying time by 78–84% as compared to Cited by: 3. Comparative Flavor Analysis of Eight Varieties of Xinjiang Flatbreads from the Xinjiang Region of China Article in Cereal Chemistry 96(2) August with 18 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
traditional sweetpotato varieties, the purpose of the current study was to evaluate those cultivars available from the clonal repository for resistance to soil insect.
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Forty YL x D castrated male pigs weighing kg initial live weight were employed to study the effect on performance traits during fattening, of cooked sweet potato as the main energy source and. Most of these high carotenoid values have been reported in the orange‐fleshed sweet potato varieties.
The genetic diversity of sweet potatoes is a critical trait for its improvement because this. Breeding new sweetpotato genotypes combining elevated content of two antagonistic traits of high dry matter and beta-carotene content in a high root yield background.
Brochure. The USAID potato program in Georgia. Project profile. Download. Working Paper. A comparative study on banana seed systems in Mbarara district, western Uganda and Mukono. A comparative study of three drying methods on drying time and physicochemical properties of chicken powder.
Drying Technology: Vol. 37, Special issue. Durance, P. Yaghmaee, in Comprehensive Biotechnology (Second Edition), Conclusions. Microwave drying as sole source of energy or in combination with other drying methods has been shown in laboratory studies and industrial applications to be among the most rapid of dehydration methods.
Furthermore, when microwave drying is combined with reduced air pressure such that drying. Sweetpotato starch is used for making fresh or dry starch noodles and sheets, and for fresh starch cakes.
Snacks of dry sweetpotato slices and bars are also popular. In Japan, consumers use many of the deeply colored root varieties and consume sweetpotato. Abstract. This study reports the inherent phytochemical contents in leaves and roots of nine sweet potato varieties from Kenya.
Results indicated that vitamin C content varied significantly among the sweet potato varieties regardless of the plant part, leaves having significantly higher levels than in the flavonoids and phenolic compounds differed significantly among varieties.
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The effects of freeze-drying on antioxidant compounds and antioxidant activity of five tropical fruits, namely starfruit (Averrhoa carambola L.), mango (Mangifera indica L.), papaya (Carica papaya L.), muskmelon (Cucumis melo L.), and watermelon Citruluss lanatus (Thunb.) were icant (p.
A comparative study was defined as a study in which two (or more) curricular treatments were investigated over a substantial period of time (at least one semester, and more typically an entire school year) and a comparison of various curricular outcomes was examined using statistical tests.
Sweet potato starch, accounting for approximately 50%–80% of the root dry matter, is the main component of sweet potato root tuber. Some reports on sweet potato starch are currently available.
Sajeev et al. [ 9 ] studied 3 white, 2 cream, and 2 orange sweet potato varieties and found that their textural, rheological, and gelatinization. Sweet potato is typically a small-farmer crop and often grown on marginal soils with limited outputs.
It is mainly used as food, being basically commercialized as fresh and in minor quantities as dried tubers, whether or not sliced or in the form of pellets (Ray and Ravi, ).Although the crop is widely cultivated in the world, production tends to be concentrated in those countries with.
The continuous increase in cost of conventional energy sources caused by inadequate supply and stiff competition between human, animals and various industries for many decades has resulted to the need to source for suitable, readily available and cheap energy sources for poultry production globally.
One such alternative is cassava. A native to South America, cassava is now found in abundance. Accurate identification of crop cultivars is crucial in assessing the impact of crop improvement research outputs.
Two commonly used identification approaches, elicitation of variety names from farmer interviews and morphological plant descriptors, have inherent uncertainty levels.
Genotyping-by-sequencing (GBS) was used in a case study as an alternative method to track released varieties.
Understanding the diversity and genetic relationships among and within crop germplasm is invaluable for genetic improvement. This study assessed genetic diversity in a .