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Most lettuce greens fall within these main types: Butterheads: A classic variety they have a pale heart and floppy, loosely packed leaves. w��~����}b��/����li��6����zQ�Er��,��t�Z g�y�ڪZ�K�f�LW��t����a+��|�@�5MQ#��I����b��� Lettuce is grouped into four classes, namely loose-lea f, cos or romaine, butter headhead and crisphead or head lett ce and crisphead or head lettuce. {���̓A�� b �"B� Q�>�� |�MRH�$p`���"�(�|��pn���PW��+fؒ3C��D�����%W�B����f�,�/����JRt�P�(B+�%����學�IA�}Nq[�M�(pl0=�|�؊kŐⳢ�ЬQT��c����z��7�@�^o�Luw�}x�K�i�ޜ��nzs*(� TX�! Some types and varieties of lettuce withstand heat better than others. Conclusions The highest content of vitamin C was determined in lettuce Levistro (Y�T��z�n�*Y� H���b��p�n� ߭�A��a��#��4 ` ��@� All lettuce types tested in this study were cultivated on the same type of soil under the same conditions. 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There are five distinct types of lettuce – leaf (also known as loose-leaf), Cos or romaine, crisphead, butterhead and stem (also called asparagus lettuce or celtuce). The outer leaves are dark green, while the inner ones lettuce types studied, the CA benefit for overall visual quality was highest for iceberg lettuce, and some differences between cultivars were observed. endstream endobj 50 0 obj <> endobj 51 0 obj <> endobj 52 0 obj <>stream %%EOF 2008). Leaf lettuce is best adapted to Arkansas conditions and produces crisp leaves loosely arranged on the stalk. %PDF-1.5 %���� The evaluation of influence of various types of ground cover on the lettuce yield and states that the roofs with sugarcane bagasse and rice straw provided greater weight gains of plants, 710.0 and 669.5 grams, respectively, when compared to bare ground without weeding treat- Mixing radicchio, arugula, watercress, looseleaf, and more types of lettuce will only improve the color and texture of your green salads. Crispheads: Best known is the iceberg. Effects of LED green light on growth and quality of lettuce. Both have a soft “buttery” texture and a sweet, mild flavor. Crisp leaves are packed tightly into a round head. Bibb lettuce—also called limestone—forms a … Therefore, the difference in the vitamin C content was induced by lettuce genotype (Llorach et al. All Rights Reserved. £x£Z£a£_ÀÖD­¸¨¦:Õ¬Ö:ÓÚ=°�›ìÕ�kz§Æiåär¥®¯EãÏa‰4%º[email protected]ÈÁËzX+ae-.Ç—øs$zàJ\ğ³ š}œ�BS,Ñ%ë’Á‹%J¢ÀŠ¥d)M %$ín�Ní†&5U‰ûè¬CévY¡ÑI;¢"‚’|²¢öoø|É!ı¥Ô%İàÀGz t(İú¼ÖŠÓ•«)¡_B%ÕÓ¿a£´î. endstream endobj startxref PDF | On Jan 1, 2011, G. Aćamović-Djoković and others published Vitamin C content of different types of lettuce varieties | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate