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The Effect of Potassium Iodide Absorption on the Concentration of Antioxidants in Tomato Fruits
Journal of student research
Antioxidants are molecules found in fruits and vegetables that have the ability to fight substances in the human body that are detrimental to cells and genetic material. There is a high need for antioxidants, and the current method for boosting antioxidants is genetic modification, which is controversial in society; however, there is a lack of research concerning increasing antioxidant concentrations in plants in a natural manner. Thus, the efficacy of an iodine water drip can be called intodoi:10.47611/jsrhs.v10i1.1259 fatcat:lbch6w4nyzcbxnnid5eg7xm5t4