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Chemical Composition of Musa sapientum (Banana) Peels

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Musa sapientum peels were analysed for minerals, nutritional and anti-nutritional contents. The result of mineral content indicate the concentrations (mg g-1) of potassium, calcium, sodium, iron, manganese, bromine, rubium, strontium, zirconium andniobium to be 78.10,19.20,24.30,0.61,76.20,0.04,0.21,0.03,0.02 and 0.02, respectively. The percentage concentrations of protein, crude lipid, carbohydrate and crude fibre were 0.90, 1.70, 59.00 and 31.70, respectively. The results indicate that if the peels are properly exploited and process, they could be a high-quality and cheap source of carbohydrates and minerals for livestock.
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by d banana herself. on July 19th, 2010 at 10:35 pm
why is this so small?who would be able to read this?
by novem tingga on August 28th, 2012 at 05:56 am
does eating banana peels cause death if ever ttaken too much ???
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