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Title: Dietary fiber and starch in some Southeast Asian fruits
Authors: Candlish, J.K.
Gourley, L.
Lee, H.P. 
Issue Date: Dec-1987
Citation: Candlish, J.K.,Gourley, L.,Lee, H.P. (1987-12). Dietary fiber and starch in some Southeast Asian fruits. Journal of Food Composition and Analysis 1 (1) : 81-84. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: The levels of dietary fiber and its components and starch in those fruits which are extensively grown and consumed in Southeast Asia have been determined using the Southgate procedure. The richest sources of dietary fiber among the 24 fruits examined were Achras zapota (sapodilla), Artocarpus polyphernia (jackfruit, chempedak), and Psidium guajava (guava). © 1988.
Source Title: Journal of Food Composition and Analysis
ISSN: 08891575
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