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Citrus-fruit Improvement
Author: Archibald Dixon Shamel, Leo Blynn Scott, Carl Stone Pomeroy
Pages: 146
Year: 1918
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Author: Giovanni Dugo, Angelo Di Giacomo
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 020321661X
Pages: 656
Year: 2003-12-29
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The world production of citrus fruit has risen enormously, leaping from forty-five million tons a year to eighty-five million in the last 30 years. Today, the potential applications of their essential oils are growing wider, with nearly 40% of fresh produce processed for industrial purposes. Citrus: The Genus Citrus offers comprehensive coverage on all aspects of the botany, cultivation, processing industry, chemistry and uses of Citrus and its oils. It describes the different citrus species; their environmental, geographical, and historical context; and their chemical composition and properties in detail. Following a chapter on citrus juice technology, the international panel of contributors describe the stages of preparation and processing methods of the juice, from cold extraction and distillation to the use of supercritical fluids, and the chemical reactions involved. The authors also discuss by-products, quality control, world markets, and regulations in the industry, and how analytical methods, such as mass spectrometry and HPLC, are used to characterize the Citrus essential oils. Citrus: The Genus Citrus explores the current and future applications of Citrus oils, which include flavorings for alcohol, soft drinks, food, as well as fragrances for cosmetics and beauty products. Authors also discuss the therapeutic properties of these oils in traditional medicine and modern pharmaceuticals. Anyone involved in food sciences, pharmaceutical sciences, cosmetics, and plant sciences will no doubt find this volume to be of great value and interest.
Consumption, Trade and Innovation
Author: Marijke Van der Veen
Publisher: Africa Magna Verlag
ISBN: 3937248234
Pages: 313
Year: 2011
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Studies of food and foodways are vital to exploring past (and present) cultures. The food remains discovered at the port of Quseir al-Qadim are especially revealing, offering important information about the ancient spice trade and the food practices of those engaged in this trade. Quseir al-Qadim acted as a transhipment port in the Indian Ocean spice trade during both the Roman and medieval Islamic periods. It is located on the Red Sea coast of Egypt and was active between ca. AD 1-250 (Myos Hormos) and again during ca. AD 1050-1500 (Kusayr). This monograph describes the analysis and interpretation of the botanical remains (foodstuffs, wood) recovered during the excavations that took place between 1999-2003, conducted by the University of Southampton, UK. The spectacular preservation conditions at Quseir al-Qadim meant that food remains and wood were found in abundance, including fragments of onion skin, citrus rind, garlic cloves, aubergine seeds, banana skins, wooden bowls, spoons and combs, as well as many of the Eastern spices traded through the port, such as black pepper, ginger, cardamom and betelnut. These remains are fully analysed and discussed under three overarching themes: trade, agricultural innovation and food consumption. The results provide significant new evidence for the Eastern trade and for the changes in agriculture that indirectly resulted from it. They also allow real insights into the lives of those working in the ports. They show the changes in the nature and scale of the Indian Ocean trade between the Roman and Islamic periods, as well as a major shift in the way the inhabitants of the ports saw themselves and located themselves in the wider world. Richly illustrated and thought-provoking, this volume identifies how studies of food enable fuller dialogues regarding 'globalization' and also highlights clearly the importance of food in the dynamics of cultural identity and geopolitics.
Fertilizer and Pesticide Movement from Citrus Groves in Florida Flatwood Soils
Pages: 134
Year: 1977
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Report on citrus fruits, milk production, and egg production
Author: United States. Agricultural Marketing Service
Year: 1941
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Citrus fruits
Author: Association of American Railroads. Railroad Committee for the Study of Transportation, E. C. Hicks
Pages: 702
Year: 1946
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Citrus bergamia
Author: Giovanni Dugo, Ivana Bonaccorsi
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 143986229X
Pages: 592
Year: 2013-08-23
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In Calabria, Italy, where bergamot has been successfully cultivated since the eighteenth century, it is commonly defined as "the prince of the Citrus genus." Written by an international panel of experts from multiple disciplines, Citrus bergamia: Bergamot and its Derivatives represents the most complete treatise on bergamot and its derivatives currently available. Although production of bergamot and its derivatives is comparatively small, its chemical composition and biological properties have been of great scientific interest and the oil is considered essential in many high-quality perfumes. There is also an increased demand for bergamot oil for food flavorings and gastronomy. A tribute to bergamot, Citrus bergamia: Bergamot and its Derivatives covers all aspects of bergamot, from its historical and botanical origins, cultural practices, and transformation technologies to the use of its derivatives, possible contaminations, and biological activity. The book examines the chemical composition of bergamot in peel oils, leaf oils, juice, and fruits, extracted by various techniques—mechanical, distillation, and by supercritical fluids. It covers newly identified classes of compounds, limonoids and statins, describing the identification and assay of natural statins and the pharmacological activities of limonoids. It also discusses bergapten properties and its uses in cosmetics and medicine, as well as the use of bergamot in perfumery and in foods and beverages. The book concludes with a chapter reviewing the available data and global legislative status of bergamot as they relate to the safe use and trade of bergamot products.
The Citrus Rust Mite and Its Control
Author: William Walter Yothers, Arthur Charles Mason
Pages: 56
Year: 1930
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Effects of maturity changes on nondestructive measurements of citrus fruit quality
Author: Otto L. Jahn, United States. Agricultural Research Service
Pages: 50
Year: 1970
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Citrus Pest Problems and Their Control in the Near East
Author: Joseph Grant Morse, Robert Frank Luck, David John Gumpf
Publisher: Food & Agriculture Org.
ISBN: 9251033013
Pages: 403
Year: 1996-01-01
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Consumer Purchases of Citrus Fruit, Juices, Drinks and Other Products
Year: 1966-10
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Citrus Thrips
Pages: 17
Year: 1982
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The Citrus Industry: Production technology
Author: Walter Reuther
Year: 1973
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Consumer Purchases of Citrus Fruits, Juices, Drinks, and Other Products
Author: United States. Bureau of Agricultural Economics, United States. Dept. of Agriculture. Production and Marketing Administration
Year: 1965
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