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The authors said that it contained fatty acids , but a hexane extract of seed oil would actually contain triglycerides, with fatty acyls attached to a glyceride backbone. Still, the triglycerides are good sources of dietary fatty acids once 36 Robert E. Smith they are digested. 3%) [17, 18]. 5 mg of protein, 113 mg of ash, 116 mg of moisture 372 mg ellagic acid and 1505 mg of total phenolics . So, there are a variety of products that can be made from pomegranates. REFERENCES  Holland, D.
As mentioned previously, several pomegranate cultivars from India, Russia, China are ornamental ‗‗double flowered‘‘. These cultivars produce unusually colored petals that are relatively numerous. Some of them are fertile and produce edible fruit, while others are infertile‖ . There are ten stages of flower development . ―In Indian cultivars, flower buds develop between 20 and 27 days. There is a good correlation between the color of the sepals and the final color of the fruit skin. That is, cultivars with deep-red fruit skin will usually have darker red flowers.
Pomegranate: Botany, Postharvest Treatment, Biochemical Composition and Health Effects by Robert E., Ph.D. Smith
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