master's thesis
Kvaliteta djevičanskih maslinovih ulja sorte Oblica s otoka Prvića

Luka Mažibrada (2016)
Sveučilište u Zagrebu
Agronomski fakultet
Opća proizvodnja bilja
Metadata
TitleKvaliteta djevičanskih maslinovih ulja sorte Oblica s otoka Prvića
AuthorLuka Mažibrada
Mentor(s)Đani Benčić (thesis advisor)
Abstract
Maslina se u Hrvatskoj pa tako i na hrvatskim otocima uzgaja već nekoliko tisuća godina. Zbog svoje loše povezanosti sa kopnom na otocima su stanovnici razvili način čuvanja ploda maslina u moru. Naime potapanjem plodova maslina u more sprečava se nagnječenje ploda i kvarenje na zraku, što je otočanima davalo dovoljno vremena da završe cijelu berbu. Iako se broj uljara povećao i mnoge od njih se nalaze na samim otocima, kod ljudi je ostao običaj potapanja maslina u more. Provelo se istraţivanje na tri uzorka iz istog maslinika na otoku Prviću, od kojih je jedan uzorak išao u preradu odmah nakon berbe, a druga dva su dobivena od plodova koji su čuvani u morskoj vodi.
KeywordsPrvić olive oil sea water
Committee MembersĐani Benčić (committee chairperson)
Marko Vinceković (committee member)
Zlatko Čmelik (committee member)
Kristina Batelja Lodeta (committee member)
GranterSveučilište u Zagrebu
Agronomski fakultet
Lower level organizational unitsOpća proizvodnja bilja
PlaceZagreb
StateCroatia
Scientific field, discipline, subdisciplineBIOTECHNICAL SCIENCES
Agronomy
Study programme typeuniversity
Study levelgraduate
Study programmeOrganic Agriculture with Agrotourism
Academic title abbreviationmag. ing. agr.
Genremaster's thesis
Language Croatian
Defense date2016-09-28
Parallel abstract (English)
Olives in Croatia, including on Croatian islands, are cultivated for several thousand years. Because of its bad connection with the mainland, the island residents developed a way of keeping olives in the sea water. Dipping an olive fruits in the sea prevents the crushing of the fruit and oxidation, so people on island have enough time to complete the entire harvest. Although the number of oil refinery increased and many of them are located on the islands, people still use sea water to keep olives fresh. Research was made on three samples from the same olive grove on island Prvić. One sample went into processing of oil making immediately after harvest, but the other two were standing in the sea water.
Parallel keywords (Croatian)Prvić maslinovo ulje morska voda
Resource typetext
Access conditionAccess restricted to students and staff of home institution
Terms of usehttp://rightsstatements.org/vocab/InC/1.0/
URN:NBNhttps://urn.nsk.hr/urn:nbn:hr:204:078652
CommitterValentina Bezek