prunus armeniaca


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apricot

apricot

High fiber, beta carotene, Vitamin A, C, E, K, B6, Lycopene, potassium, manganese, iron, phosphorus. The kernel is great for prostate, parasites and cancer, because it has vitamin B17 like apple seeds. But only eat a few at a time, don’t go crazy.
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Defilippi, "Effect of harvest maturity stage on the sensory quality of 'Palsteyn' apricot (Prunus armeniaca L.) after cold storage," Journal of Horticultural Science & Biotechnology, vol.
En este trabajo se describe la forma en que un sensor de neutrones (SN) y una sonda multisensor de capacitancia (SMSC) pueden ser utilizados para el monitoreo del contenido de agua del suelo, a fin de establecer un balance hidrico de agua y estimar la evapotranspiracion (ETc) en un cultivo de albaricoque (Prunus armeniaca L.).
DR WHITE: Prunus armeniaca and citrus dulcis are fruit extracts which have no beneficial effects.
Modified atmosphere packaging of Kabaasi apricot (Prunus armeniaca L.
Degradation of bitter apricot seeds (Prunus armeniaca) by endogenous and added enzymes as affected by heat treatments and particle size.
Prunus persica (peach) 35.0 kernel oil (and) hydrogenated vegetable oil Candelilla wax 10.0 Beeswax 6.0 Tocopherol 0.1 Caprylic/capric triglyceride 30.8 Prunus armeniaca (apricot) 5.0 kernel oil (and) hydrogenated vegetable oil Simmondsia chinensis 10.0 (jojoba) seed oil Copemicia cerifera (camauba) wax 3.0 Caprylic/capric triglyceride (and) 0.1 sea whip extract Procedure: Combine ingredients and mix while heating to 80[degrees]C.
Physical characters and antioxidant, sugar and mineral nutrient contents in fruit from 29 apricot (Prunus armeniaca L.) cultivars and hybrids.
It may have originated in China more than 4,000 years ago, but the golden apricot's history is more closely tied to the Persian Empire, where it was known as the Armenian plum, reflected in its scientific name, Prunus armeniaca. Spanish explorers brought cuttings to the New World; 95 percent of U.S.
www.u-g.com INGREDIENTS WT% Phase A Deionized water 57.95 Lubrajel Natural (United-Guardian) (Glycerin (and) 20.00 beta-glucan (and) algin (and) xanthan gum) Phase B Cerasvnt Q (Ashland) (Glyceryl stearate SE) 4.00 Crodacol 95NF (Croda) (Cetyl alcohol) 1.25 Lipovol P (Lipo) (Prunus armeniaca (apricot) kernel oil) 4.00 Lipovol C (Lipo) (VitisVinifera (grape) seed oil) 6.00 Lipobutter Refined Shea (Lipo) (Butvrospermum parkii 5.00 (shea butter)) Vitamin E Acetate (DSM) Tocopheryl acetate) 1.00 Phase C Phenoxyethanol 0.60 Citric acid (20% sol) q.s.
Female and male sterility cause low fruit set in a clone of the 'Trevatt' variety of apricot (Prunus armeniaca).