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Chemical Composition and Sensory Evaluation of Ice Cream Flavored By African Fan Palm and Muskmelon

Chemical Composition and Sensory Evaluation of Ice Cream Flavored By African Fan Palm and Muskmelon

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Title: Chemical Composition and Sensory Evaluation of Ice Cream Flavored By African Fan Palm and Muskmelon
Author: Elhusain, Tajelser Mohammednour
Abstract: African fan palm (Borassus aethiopum) is an unbranched palm growing up to 20 m tall, characterized by a crown up to 8 m wide; young palms are covered with dry leaf stalks, showing gradually fading leaf scars; trees over 25 years old have a swelling of the trunk at 12-15 m above the ground (at 2/3 of the height); bark is pale grey in older palms and is more or less smooth. The fruit a large drupe, diameter about 15 cm, ovoid, orange to brown when ripe; fibrous pulp contains 3 woody kernels with an albumen that becomes hard when ripe. (FAO, 2010).
URI: http://khartoumspace.uofk.edu/123456789/24369
Date: 2014


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