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dc.contributor.authorLoewe Muñoz, Verónica Francisca
dc.contributor.authorNoel, David
dc.identifier.citationLoewe-Muñoz, V., Noel, D. Mediterranean Pinus pinea L. nuts from Southern Hemisphere provenances. Rend. Fis. Acc. Lincei (2021).
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dc.description.abstractStone pine nuts, the most expensive dry fruit worldwide, have been characterized mostly for the main producer countries, located in the Northern Hemisphere. A proximate composition analysis of pine nuts harvested from seven areas located in the Southern Hemisphere (Argentina, Australia, Chile and New Zealand) was performed. Pine nuts showed significant differences in dietary fiber and minerals, probably due to the different climate and environmental conditions, confirming the species’ plasticity and adaptability. Australian pine nuts showed a different profile, with the highest values for protein, lipids and ashes, and the lowest for dietary fiber. Studied pine nuts showed values comparable to the ones reported for the species in its native habitat. Results confirmed that high-quality Mediterranean pine nuts might be produced in the areas included in this study, with practical implications for stone pine cropping in non-native habitats and for the later marketing of pine nuts.es_CL
dc.subjectFRUTOS SECOSes_CL
dc.titleMediterranean Pinus pinea L. nuts from Southern Hemisphere provenanceses_CL
dc.typeArtículo de revistaes_CL
infor.publicadoenRendiconti Lincei. Scienze Fisiche e Naturali, 4, Diciembre 2020es_CL
infor.sedeSede Metropolitanaes_CL
infor.especiePinus pineaes_CL

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