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The ripening of olive pulp. The soluble carbohydrates and their evolution


, : The ripening of olive pulp. The soluble carbohydrates and their evolution. Oleagineux, 13: 459-64. bibl. 23

Studies of 3 Moroccan varieties showed that the main sugars in olive pulp are glucose, fructose and sucrose, the latter being absent from over-ripe fruit. The relative quantities of the different sugars are fairly constant, viz. the fructose/reducing sugars ratio = 0.40 to 0.45 and the reducing sugars/total soluble sugars ratio =0.70-0.85, increasing towards 1 in over-ripe fruit. In the early stage of ripening the sugar content of the pulp increases, and later generally decreases.

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