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5 literature references for DATE (Phoenix dactylifera L.)
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ProductDATE (Phoenix dactylifera L.)
Product groupFruits

Additional info

Origin: Dates are derived from the date palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.) The most important production(and consumption) areas are the Arabic countries in the Middle East and Northern Africa. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Use: Dates are eaten as such. Depending on the maturation stage the texture ranges from firm to soft and the sugar concentration becomes higher.
Production: The fruits are harvested at three different stages: khalaal, rutab and tamr.
Data (not) used: So far, no exact quantity data were found. Quantities of volatiles are mainly given as percentage of total quantity of volatiles (without giving the total quantity).

Reference
1. Acta Hortic. 736 (2007) 261-266; N. Narain
  Volatile compounds in date palm fruit
2. Food Chem. 127 (2011) 1744-1754; A. El Arem, G. Flamini, E.B. Saafi, M. Issaoui, N. Zayene, A. Ferchichi, M. Hammami, A.N. Helal, L. Achour (5 date varieties from Tunisia)
  Chemical and aroma volatile compositions of date palm (Phoenix dactylifera L.) fruits at three maturation stages
3. Fruits 60 (2005) 267-278; H. Harrak, M. Reynes, M. Lebrun, A. Hamouda, P. Brat (8 date varieties from Morocco)
  Identification et comparaison des composés volatils des fruits de huit variétés de dattes Marocaines
4. Int. J. Food Sci. Technol. 47 (2012) 1903-1908; E.B. Saafi-Ben Salah, G. Flamini, A. El Arem, M. Issaoui, S. Dabbou, L. BenYahia, A. Ferchichi, M. Hammami, L. Achour (7 date varieties from Tunisia)
  Compositional characteristics and aromatic profile of date palm seeds from seven varieties grown in Tunisia
5. Int. J. Food Sci. Technol. 47 (2012) 549-555; A. El Arem, E.B. Saafi, G. Flamini, M. Issaoui, A. Ferchichi, M. Hammami, A.N. Helall, L. Achour (3 date cultivars from Tunisia)
  Volatile and nonvolatile chemical composition of some date fruits (Phoenix dactylifera L.) harvested at different stages of maturity