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Author: Linda Persoon Dec 13, 2018
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Cultivation practices (70)     Page: 5.1. General explanation of effects of cultivation practices on plants
    Page: 2.1.8. Balanced diet
    Page: 4.6. Metabolomics: next generation phytochemical analysis
    Page: 4.1. Harvest and pre-treatments of food samples
    Page: 1. Introduction
    Page: 3.2.3. Tocopherol: Vitamin E
    Page: 3.2.1. Carotenoids
    Page: 2.3.1. The big five: micronutrient deficiencies that cause major health problems globally
    Page: 2.7.3. Target values for breeders
    Page: 3.1. Minerals in plants: a brief overview
    Page: 2.3.4. Consequences of malnutrition
    Page: 5.1.2. Temperature
    Page: 5.5.2. Spectrum
    Page: 5.5.1. Intensity
    Page: 5.7. Postharvest
    Page: 2.7.5. Consumer perspective
    Page: 4.3. Analysis of phytonutrients
    Page: 5.3.1. Examples of scientific difficulties in relating soil health and human health
    Page: 5.7.1. The living plant product and quality
    Page: 2.1.4. Micronutrients
    Page: 2.3. Malnutrition
    Page: 5.1.1. Light
    Page: 5.1.4. Soil and substrate
    Page: 5.1.6. Phytohormones and plant volatiles
    Page: 5.1.5. Relative humidity and gas exchange
    Page: 5. How to change the amounts of compounds with nutritional value in plants?
    Page: 2.7.1. Biofortification
    Page: 5.2.6. Iodine
    Page: 2.1.6. Phytochemicals
    Page: 2.2.2. Inhibitors of nutrient bioavailability
    Page: 2.2.1. Enhancers of nutrient bioavailability
    Page: 2.3.5. Nutrition problems in the Netherlands
    Page: 5.1.3. Water and nutrients
    Page: 2.1.2. Nutrients
    Page: 2.4. Mitigating malnutrition
    Page: 5.6.3. The effects of grafting on plant nutritional value
    Page: 5.2.5. Selenium
    Page: 5.6. Examples of the impact of cultivar choice on the nutritional value for humans
    Page: 2.1. Human nutrition: a general introduction
    Page: 3. Compounds in plant that provide nutritional value
    Page: 2.3.2. Prevalence of malnutrition
    Page: 3.2.5. Phytic acid
    Page: 5.2.1. Calcium
    Page: 2. Human nutrition
    Page: 5.5. The effects of light quality and quantity on the nutritional value of plants for humans
    Page: 5.3.2. Links between soil health, plant health and human health
    Page: 5.2. The effects of plant fertilizers on the nutritional value of plants for humans
    Page: 6. Conclusions and Future Outlook
    Page: 2.1.3. Macronutrients
    Page: 5.4. Effect of Organic farming on the nutritional value of plants for humans
    Page: 2.1.1. Digestive system
    Page: 4.5. Detection of phytochemicals in food extracts
    Page: 5.2.2. Potassium
    Page: 2.3.3. Malnutrition across socio-economic groups
    Page: 3.2. Phytochemicals
    Page: 4.4. Preparing phytonutrient extracts
    Page: 2.2. Bioavailability
    Page: 3.2.4. Ascorbic acid (Vitamin C)
    Page: 5.7.2. From preharvest to postharvest quality
    Page: 4. How to measure nutrients in plant foods?
    Page: 4.2. Analysis of minerals
    Page: 2.7.4. Upper levels
    Page: 5.1.7. The dilution effect
    Page: 2.1.7. Undesirable components
    Page: 5.2.4. Zinc
    Page: 5.3. Effect of soil health on the nutritional value of plants for humans
    Page: 2.7.2. Nutrient requirements
    Page: 5.2.3. Iron
    Page: 2.1.5. Other substances
    Page: 3.2.2. Flavonoids