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Four potato ( Solanum tuberosum ) varieties – Bengueta, Ganza, Igorota and 125411.22 – were analyzed for total phenolic content and antioxidant activities to provide baseline data for Philippine potato varieties. Bengueta had the highest phenolic content with 50.0 ± 1.5 mg gallic acid...
The influence of environment and genetics on total phenolic content and hydrophilic antioxidant capacity (H-ORAC) of potato tubers was evaluated using 13 native Andean genotypes. Cultivars were grown at two highland locations in Peru: Huancayo and Huancani. Environmental conditions significantly...
Effects of freeze-dried potato powder, prepared from baked potato with skin and incorporated into a purified diet, on the post-initiation phase of chemically induced breast carcinogenesis in rats, were evaluated for both dose dependence and variation in anticancer activity among cultivars....
The objective of this work was to investigate the effect of processing frying conditions, simulating possible home and catering practices, in order to optimize the process to obtain a good final product limiting the acrylamide (AA) formation. Experiments were performed using commercially frozen...
Globally, potatoes account for only about 2% of the food energy supply, yet they are the predominant staple for many countries. In developed countries, potatoes account for 540 kJ (130 kcal) per person per day, while in developing countries, it is only 170 kJ (42 kcal) per person per day. In...
Potatoes are part of the staple food of Andean populations. Although there are more than 200 Andean potato varieties, only a few are cultivated at present, which endangers the biodiversity of the region. The objective of this paper was to characterize seven varieties of Andean potatoes...
The ascorbic acid (AA) concentration of tubers was determined in 25 Andean potato varieties ( Solanum tuberosum L.) grown in three environments, and the effect of cooking and storage time in subsets of samples was evaluated. Significant variation due to genotype, environment and genotype ×...
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