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Relationship Between Limonin Concentration and Naringin Concentration in Commercial Single Strength Grapefruit Juice
Journal of Food Science (1987)
  • Cecilia McIntosh, University of South Florida
  • Richard L. Mansell, University of South Florida
  • S. Barros, University of South Florida
Abstract
The limonin and naringin content of commercial single strength grapefruit juice (Citrus puradisi) samples was measured by immunoassay. Results obtained from a Linear Regression Analysis of Variance showed that there was no correlation between limonin and naringin concentration. Therefore, to determine the total bitterness potential of the product, each of these two compounds would have to be determined.
Keywords
  • Citrus paradisi,
  • commercial single strength grapefruit juice,
  • grapefruit juice,
  • immunoassay,
  • limonin concentration,
  • linear regression analysis,
  • naringin concentration
Publication Date
November 1, 1987
DOI
10.1111/j.1365-2621.1987.tb05918.x
Citation Information
Cecilia McIntosh, Richard L. Mansell and S. Barros. "Relationship Between Limonin Concentration and Naringin Concentration in Commercial Single Strength Grapefruit Juice" Journal of Food Science Vol. 52 Iss. 6 (1987) p. 1734 - 1735 ISSN: 1750-3841
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/cecilia-mcintosh/30/