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Autor: Pérez Castillo, Hilda Consuelo hperez@ucla.edu.ve
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Título: CONTENIDO DE P, K, Ca, Mg, Na, Fe, Zn, Cu, Mn y Cr EN PULPA DE MAMÓN (Melicoccus bijuga L.)
CONTENTS OF P, K, Ca, Mg, Na, Fe, Zn, Cu, Mn AND Cr IN PULP OF MAMON (Melicoccus bijuga L.)
ISSN: 2477-9288
Fecha: Enero - Dicembre 2017
Páginas/Colación: pp. 26-36
En:/ CATEDEA Vol: 1 Nro: 1 Enero - Diciembre, 2017
Información de existenciaInformación de existencia
Categoría Temática: Palabras: AGR03 AGR03
Palabras Claves del Autor: Palabras: ELEMENTOS ELEMENTOS, Palabras: MAMÓN MAMÓN, Palabras: Melicoccus bijuga L Melicoccus bijuga L, Palabras: NUTRICIÓN NUTRICIÓN
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RESUMEN
El mamón (Melicoccus bijuga L), perteneciente a la familia sapindaceae, es un fruto tropical nativo de América tropical, altamente diseminado en Venezuela. El objetivo de este estudio consistió en determinar el contenido de elementos en el fruto (pulpa o porción comestible) de mamón. Los elementos analizados fueron: fósforo (P), potasio (K), calcio (Ca), magnesio (Mg), sodio (Na), hierro (Fe), zinc (Zn), cobre (Cu), manganeso (Mn) y cromo (Cr). Se obtuvieron las siguientes concentraciones: 95,7 mg/100g de P, 180 % mg·g-1 de K, 32 % mg·g-1 de Ca, 58,1 % mg·g-1 de Mg, 4 % mg·g-1 de Na, 2,7 % mg·g-1 de Fe, 0,6 % mg·g-1 de Zn, 0,2 % mg·g-1 de Cu, el Mn y el Cr no fueron detectados. El contenido de microelementos en la pulpa de mamón hace a este fruto tropical altamente nutritivo y podría ser usado como suplemento alimenticio, convirtiéndolo en un fruto de interés para la explotación comercial e industrial.
Palabras Claves del Autor: Mamón, Melicoccus bijuga L, elementos, nutrición.

ABSTRACT
The mammon fruit (Melicoccus bijuga L.) to the sapindaceae family, is a tropical fruit native of South America and is widely scattered in Venezuela. The goal of the present project is to determine the elements contents of the fruit (the pulp or edible part of the fruit). The analytical search was aimed at phosphorous (P), potassium (K), calcium (Ca), magnesium (Mg), sodium (Na), Iron (Fe), zinc (Zn), copper (cu), manganese (Mn) and chromium (Cr). The were obtained the following concentrations: P 95,7 % mg·g-1; K 180 % mg·g-1; Ca 32 % mg·g-1; Mg 58.1 % mg·g-1 ; Na 4 % mg·g-1; Fe 2.7 % mg·g-1; Zn 0.6 % mg·g-1; Cu 0.2 % mg·g-1; Mn and Cr were not found. The content of microelements in mammon pulp makes this highly nutritious tropical fruit and could be used as a nutritional supplement, making it a result of interest to commercial and industrial exploitation.
Keyboard: Mammon, Melicoccus bijuga L., elements, nutrition.

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