"By reducing sugar
we can retrain our brains and palates to want less"
Table 1 - Reducing sugar
, non-reducing sugar, total sugars and starch of cuttings from 'Roxo de Valinhos' fig tree over different evaluation seasons followed by their means, coefficient of variation (CV), F test and low significant difference (LSD).
The reducing sugar
content was measured using a dinitrosalicylic (DNS) acid method, as described by the .
Increase in the concentration of flavonoids, total reducing sugar
, total carbon in the plants contributed to the reduction of thrips damage (coefficient of regression = -1.47; -0.61 and -0.48, respectively) while the increase in the concentration of the soluble amino acid contributed to the increase of thrips damage (coefficient of regression = 2.10), suggesting that these biochemical conferred the resistance of cowpea to flower thrips damage.
The substrates were analysed for its total reducing sugars
for the alcohol producing capacity and nonfermentable sugars.
. The influence of storage interval and treatments on the reducing sugar
of jam samples are shown in Table 4.
Mortality of pest was negatively correlated with nitrogen and but positively with potassium, phosphorus, sodium, reducing sugar
and total sugar.
Miller, "Use of dinitrosalicylic acid reagent for determination of reducing sugar
," Analytical Chemistry, vol.
Richard Greulich, the scientific director of the National Institute of Dental Research (NIDR), stood in front of the Sugar Industry Research Foundation (SIRF) sponsored symposium to discuss how to eliminate tooth decay and assured his audience it wouldn't have anything to do with reducing sugar
The reducing (fructose, glucose) and non- reducing sugar
(sucrose) estimation was done by High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) equipped with refractive index detector (RID) (Perkin Elmer-series 200) at wavelength of 214 nm using polar bonded phase NH2 column (25 cm x 4.6 mm id).
and total sugar levels were determined by spectophotometry using the DNS (3.5-Dinitrate--Salicilic), reagent with a reading at 540 nm (MILLER, 1959).