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Abstract: The carotenoids of grapefruit, in particular pink or red varieties, have been the subject of several investigations. Matlack (9) in 1928 reported that the principal pigment of the Indian Red pummelo and the pink grapefruit was lycopene. Later (10) he confirmed the presence of lycopene in the Indian Red pummelo (Citrus grandis Osbeck), and (11) obtained lycopene and p-carotene in crystalline form from Foster and Marsh pink grapefruit (Citrus paradisi Macf.) . These two pigments were reported from Ruby Red grape… Show more

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“…The carotenoids of Ruby Red grapefruit (Curl and Bailey, 1957a), tangerines (Curl and Bailey, 1957b), and navel oranges (Curl and Bailey, 1961) have also been reported.…”
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“…The carotenoids of Ruby Red grapefruit (Curl and Bailey, 1957a), tangerines (Curl and Bailey, 1957b), and navel oranges (Curl and Bailey, 1961) have also been reported.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…Carotenoids, namely lycopene and b-carotene, produce the pink/red colour of red grapefruit (Curl & Bailey, 1957). b-Carotene levels increased sharply at 14 days in both treatments (Table 1).…”
Section: Effect Of Degreening On Carotenoidsmentioning
“…It is a common component of vegetables (tomatoes, carrots, green pep pers) and fruit (pink citrus, apricots, watermelons) (186,187,191,249,592,702). It is a common component of vegetables (tomatoes, carrots, green pep pers) and fruit (pink citrus, apricots, watermelons) (186,187,191,249,592,702).…”
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