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Articles by Nizar Chaira
Total Records ( 2 ) for Nizar Chaira
  Nizar Chaira , Ali Ferchichi , Abdessalem Mrabet and Maheur Sghairoun
  The composition of three types of date juices, that differs by their couple of extraction and obtained from the rest of the sorting of cultivars Deglet Nour, were studied. The fruits were grown in Djerid region (Tozeur, Tunisia). Juices were characterised by yield, pH, soluble solids, organic acid, minerals content, individual carbohydrates, vitamin C, yeasts and moulds, coliforms and flora total aerobe contents. For the physicochemical parameters, only the J3 presents the best yields with content in citric acid of 2.13 g L-1, in phosphor of 0.083% (dry mater), in glucose 26.529 g L-1, in fructose 39.59 g L-1 and in sucrose 185.883 g L-1. For the bacteriological parameters, the results show that all prepared juices answer the microbiological requirements of hygiene well.
  Abdessalem Mrabet , Ali Ferchichi , Nizar Chaira , Ben Salah Mohamed , Mohammed Baaziz and Threadgill Mrabet Penny
  The date palm, Phoenix dactylifera, is a palm extensively cultivated for its edible fruit. The chemical composition and the water content of ten Tunisian date varieties were determined. For all analysis, the Deglet Nour variety was taken as reference. Compositional analysis showed that the littoral varieties were very rich in reducing sugars (26 to 51%) than Deglet Nour which was rich in sucrose (54%). The relative results of the moisture content showed that the littoral varieties were classified as soft dates. The vitamin C analysis showed that the littoral varieties were very rich in this compound (24 to 46 mg/100 g) than Deglet Nour (1.12 mg/100 g). The mineral analysis showed that the littoral dates were relatively rich in potassium (283 to 733 mg/100 g) and presented a weak content in sodium (0.06 to 0.09 mg/100 g).
 
 
 
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