• L. O. Ameh
  • G. O. Obochi
  • S. T. Ubwa
Keywords: Tomato seed oil, Roma VF tomato fruit, Riogrande tomato fruit, shelf life, Beta carotene content


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How to Cite
Ameh L. O., Obochi G. O., & Ubwa S. T. (2023). QUALITY OF Solanum lycopersicum COATED WITH TOMATO SEED OIL DURING STORAGE IN MAKURDI, BENUE STATE. FUDMA JOURNAL OF SCIENCES, 7(5), 288 - 295. https://doi.org/10.33003/fjs-2023-0705-2025