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BIOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF FOUR JUJUBE CULTIVARS GROWN IN CHAPAINAWABGANJ (Pages : 33 - 35)

M.S. ISLAM, M.N. ISLAM, M.S. UDDIN, H.A. KADER AND M.S.I. KHAN

An experiment was conducted at the research laboratory of Bangladesh Council of Scientific and Industrial Research, Rajshahi and the horticulture laboratory of Regional Horticultural Research Institute, BARI, Chapainawabganj during January to August, 2016 in order to know the bio-chemical properties of four jujube cultivars. From the experimental results, it was observed that ber fruits are rich in vitamins and minerals. From the biochemical analysis, it was observed that BARI Kul-2 contains the highest amount of Vitamin-C (52.02 mg), Vitamin-A (0.043 mg), Phosphorus (24.30 mg), and Calcium (43.47 mg) per 100 g samples. Whereas the maximum amount of iron (0.20 mg) and soluble proteins (1.62 g) were recorded in Comilla Kul per 100 g sample. On the other hand, the highest amounts of total soluble solids (TSS) were recorded in BARI Kul-1 (18.5%) and the maximum dry matter (20.7%) was observed in Gutti kul (non grafted plant).Download


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