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The study contributed "more than tenfold more data regarding both the zinc and iron content of the edible portions of crops grown under FACE conditions" than available from previous studies, the team wrote.
For the sake of comparison, edible portions of Coccinia grandis and Trigonella foenum-graecum which were collected from Mysore, India were also considered for the analysis.
If the pathogens were to survive, it is unlikely that they would be assimilated by the plant roots and transported to the edible portion of food plants.
The e-mail was sent before the distributor began supplying raw meat to Foods Forus, saying the yield, or the edible portion, of the meat to be shipped was ''about 100 percent, without any loss,'' and also that it would send samples for use in raw beef dishes.
In one-day-old broilers edible portion content is around 47%, compared with 43% in layers, and they are characterized by poor growth of muscle and adipose tissue (Janiszewska et al.
Swedish Soft or Tofutti) 2 individual artichoke hearts, edible portion, cooked, (in brine) drained & chopped 15g sundried tomatoes 1 teaspoons lemon Juice 2 teaspoons of chives, fresh, finely chopped METHOD .
The patent, "Methods of Producing Edible Fungi Containing Activated Folates and Nutritional Supplements Containing Activated Folates" details how edible mushroom-producing fungi are cultivated to enhance the uptake of pteroylmonoglutamate (synthetic folate) into edible portions of the plants.
Yes, I am aware that botanically the edible portion of a tomato plant is a fruit.