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Title:Analitične lastnosti nekaterih heirloom sort paradižnika.
Authors:Vogrin, Martina (Author)
Grobelnik Mlakar, Silva (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Pavić, Lazar (Co-mentor)
Files:.pdf MAG_Vogrin_Martina_2021.pdf (2,74 MB)
MD5: 51E337DEB9A123CC8F2C864240F4104D
 
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Typology:2.09 - Master's Thesis
Organization:FKBV - Faculty of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Abstract:Heirloom sorte so komercialno manj zanimive sorte paradižnika, ki pa pridobivajo na veljavi, saj so dobro prilagojene lokalnim pridelovalnim razmeram in po lastnostih bolj raznolike. Analizirane so bile lastnosti 40 kultivarjev paradižnika, od teh 38 heirloom sort in dveh hibridov. Fiziološko zreli plodovi so bili umeščeni v osem vizualno določenih barvnih skupin (rdeči, roza, oranžni, beli, zeleni, rumeni, modri in črni). Izmerili smo jim velikost, maso, čvrstost in parametre barve (L*, a* in b*) ter s hitrimi laboratorijskimi testi vsebnost C-vitamina, suhe snovi in titracijskih kislin. Kultivarji se med seboj razlikujejo po parametrih barve, obliki in velikosti, vsebnosti suhe snovi in titracijskih kislin, medtem ko se po vsebnosti C-vitamina ne razlikujejo. Med rdečeplodnimi kultivarji ima največ C-vitamina 'Ded Moroz' (49,9 mg/100 g), vsebnost vitamina v obeh hibridnih kultivarjih 'Cherrola F1' (29,0 mg/100 g) in 'Mondial F1' (21,7 mg/100 g) je enaka vsebnosti v ostalih heirloom sortah (19,7–32,3 mg/100 g). Parametra vsebnost suhe snovi in C-vitamina nista v čvrsti korelaciji (rS = 0,304).
Keywords:paradižnik, heirloom sorte, C-vitamin, titracijske kisline, suha snov
Year of publishing:2021
Source:Maribor
NUK URN:URN:SI:UM:DK:HS52AIRK
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Language:English
Title:Analytical Properties of Certain Heirloom Tomato Varieties
Abstract:Heirloom varieties are commercially less interesting varieties of tomatoes, but they are gaining in importance as they are well adapted to local growing conditions and more diverse in terms of characteristics. 40 tomato cultivars were analysed, of which 38 were heirloom varieties and two were hybrids. Physiologically ripe fruits were categorised in eight visually defined colour groups (red, pink, orange, white, green, yellow, blue and black) and their size, weight, firmness, and colour parameters (L*, a* in b*) were measured. Further analytical measurements were also performed via rapid laboratory tests for vitamin C content, soluble solids and titratable acids. The cultivars differed in colour parameters, shape and size, soluble solids content and titratable acids, while they did not differ in vitamin C content. Among red-fruited cultivars, ‘Ded Moroz’ had the highest vitamin C content (49.9 mg/100 g), the vitamin content in both hybrid cultivars 'Cherrola F1' (29.0 mg/100 g) and 'Mondial F1' (21.7 mg/100 g) was equal to the content in other heirloom varieties (19.7–32.3 mg/100 g). The parameters of soluble solids content and vitamin C were not in strong correlation (rS = 0.304).
Keywords:Tomato, Heiloom Varieties, C-vitamin, Titratable Acids, Soluble solids


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