Changes in hesperidin content in different parts of freshly harvested citrus fruits grown in Taiwan
The change in hesperidin content in each part of four citrus fruits (Liu-cheng, Ponkan, Tankan and Hai-li) produced in Taiwan during their respective harvest periods was investigated. Each part of these citrus fruits contained hesperidin, with albedo having the highest amount of hesperidin (1.0-3.05 g/100g fresh wt.) and seed containing the least (0.006-0.044 g/100g feesh wt.). The total content of hesperidin in each part of these citrus fruits decreased with increasing maturity of the fruit. The hesperidin content in Liu-cheng and ponkan was significantly higher than that of Tankan and Hai-li.
Chang, S.-F. and Yen, G.-C.
"Changes in hesperidin content in different parts of freshly harvested citrus fruits grown in Taiwan,"
Journal of Food and Drug Analysis: Vol. 5
, Article 5.
Available at: https://doi.org/10.38212/2224-6614.2956