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Ziemniak spożywany winien odpowiadać określonym wymaganiom jakościowym. Musi mieć właściwe cechy sensoryczne - smak, aromat, barwę i konsystencję, z niską skłonnością do ciemnienia enzymatycznego i chemicznego. Winien posiadać odpowiednią wartość odżywczą (zawartość witaminy C, białka i składników mineralnych, niezbyt wysoką wartość energetyczną) oraz nie zawierać lub zawierać bardzo mało substancji toksycznych i szkodliwych dla zdrowia (glikoalkaloidy, azotany, metale ciężkie, pestycydy). Nie może być porażony chorobami i posiadać wad jakościowych (pustowatość serc, ciemna plamistość itp.). Winien mieć regularny kształt z płytko zagłębionymi oczkami. Powinien dobrze się przechowywać, bez dużych strat ilościowych i zmian jakościowych.
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The table potato shall respond definite quality requirements. It must have suitable sensory properties, like taste, flavour, colour and consistence with the low tendency to enzymatic and chemical discoloration. It shall have suitable nutrition value (vitamin C, protein, mineral compounds, not too high energy value) and not contain or contain very little toxic and injurious substances (glycoalkaloids, nitrates, heavy metals, pesticides). It can't be struck by diseases and have quality defects (hollow hearts, black spots et.). It shall have regular shape with not deep eyes. It shall be suitable for long storage without high quantity losses and quality changes.
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5-27
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s.5-27,rys.,tab.,bibliogr.
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  • Akademia Rolnicza, ul.Norwida 25, 50-375 Wroclaw
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