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Issue 15 (1) 2016 pp. 89–99

Semih Kiraci, Huseyin Padem

PURPLE CARROT LINES HAS SUPERIOR TECHNOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS IN TURKEY

Abstract: The purple carrot population, which is cultivated commonly in Konya region in Turkey for industrial purposes, was used. Different types of purple carrots were collected in order to have a gene pool, and they were subjected to selection according to the characters studied. The experiment was carried out in a Randomized Blocks Trial Design in a 3-recurrent using 22 inbred lines of purple carrot during 2009–2012. As for average yield, Eregli 1 was the highest (11.54 t∙ha-1) whereas Eregli 14 was the lowest (9.27 t∙ha-1). A correlation between some physical and chemical quality characteristics was determined. In carrot samples, the amount of dry matter was 12.63–16.30%, total sugar content was 7.13–9.67 g∙100 g-1, the amount of β-carotene was 117.17–249.55 µg∙g-1, the amount of anthocyanin was 272.0–596.2 µg∙g-1, the amount of total phenolic 155.83–206.67 mg∙10-2 g-1 GAE, and antioxidant activity ranged from 31.85 to 44.20%. At the end of the study, the Eregli 9 and Eregli 10 lines were determined as hopeful lines, and Eregli 4 and Eregli 16 lines were determined as being cultivar candidate lines.
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Keywords: Daucus carota, quality characteristics, physical properties, selection, yield

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MLA Kiraci, Semih, and Huseyin Padem. "PURPLE CARROT LINES HAS SUPERIOR TECHNOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS IN TURKEY." Acta Sci.Pol. Hortorum Cultus 15.1 (2016): 15.
APA Kiraci, S., & Padem, H. (2016). PURPLE CARROT LINES HAS SUPERIOR TECHNOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS IN TURKEY. Acta Sci.Pol. Hortorum Cultus 15 (1), 15.
ISO 690 KIRACI, Semih, PADEM, Huseyin. PURPLE CARROT LINES HAS SUPERIOR TECHNOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS IN TURKEY. Acta Sci.Pol. Hortorum Cultus, 2016, 15.1: 15.
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