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Chemical evaluation of common dill and bitter fennel seeds

, : Chemical evaluation of common dill and bitter fennel seeds. Bulletin of Faculty of Agriculture, University of Cairo 42(4): 1133-1148

Seeds of Anethum graveolens (dill) and fennel were cleaned, dried at 40 degrees C for 48 h and finely ground. Total crude proteins, lipids, carbohydrates, soluble carbohydrates, minerals, fatty acids, unsaponifiables and amino acids were determined. A. graveolens and fennel seeds were rich in total carbohydrates (62.82 and 61.0%, respectively) and low in total soluble sugars (9.2 and 7.6%, respectively).


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