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B Vitamin content of avocados: Studies reveal California-grown avocados are in superior group of foods as source of pantothenic acid and vitamin B

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Alice P. Hall, University of California
Jorene G. Moore, University of California
Agnes Fay Morgan, University of California

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California Agriculture 10(11):13-14.

Published November 01, 1956

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Three varieties of California-grown avocados-Fuerte, Anaheim, and Hass— of four crop years, were examined for content of most of the B vitamins. The fat and water contents, and the effect of various periods of refrigeration and ripening at room temperatures also were given attention.

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B Vitamin content of avocados: Studies reveal California-grown avocados are in superior group of foods as source of pantothenic acid and vitamin B

Alice P. Hall, Jorene G. Moore, Agnes Fay Morgan
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B Vitamin content of avocados: Studies reveal California-grown avocados are in superior group of foods as source of pantothenic acid and vitamin B

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Authors

Alice P. Hall, University of California
Jorene G. Moore, University of California
Agnes Fay Morgan, University of California

Publication Information

California Agriculture 10(11):13-14.

Published November 01, 1956

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Author Affiliations show

Abstract

Three varieties of California-grown avocados-Fuerte, Anaheim, and Hass— of four crop years, were examined for content of most of the B vitamins. The fat and water contents, and the effect of various periods of refrigeration and ripening at room temperatures also were given attention.

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