Dr. Ali  Aberoumand

Dr. Ali Aberoumand

Professor
University of Behbahan, Iran


Highest Degree
Ph.D. in Food Science and Technology from University of Behbahan, Iran

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Area of Interest:

Food Science Technology
100%
Food Nutrition
62%
Food Analytical Chemistry
90%
Medicinal Plants
75%
Food Chemistry
55%

Selected Publications

  1. Aberoumand, A., 2010. Studies on quality of fatty acids and properties of skin and digestive fat content oils from some iranian fishes. Adv. J. Food Sci. Technol., 2: 28-30.
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  2. Aberoumand, A. and S.S. Deokule, 2010. Assessment of the nutritional value of plant-based diets in relation to human carbohydrates: a preliminary study. Adv. J. Food Sci. Technol., 2: 1-5.
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  3. Aberoumand, A., 2009. Proximate and mineral composition of the of marchubeh (Asparagus officinalis) in Iran. World J. Dairy Food Sci., 4: 145-149.

  4. Aberoumand, A., 2009. Preliminary assessment of nutritional value of plant-based diets in relation to human nutrients. Int. J. Food Sci. Nutrition, 60: 155-162.
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  5. Aberoumand, A., 2009. Nutritional evaluation of edible Portulaca oleracea as plant food. Food Anal. Methods, 2: 204-207.
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  6. Aberoumand, A., 2009. Identification of fatty acids in edible wild plants by Gas Chromatography. Food Anal. Methods, 2: 208-211.
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  7. Aberoumand, A., 2009. Balance between nutrients and anti-nutrients in some plant food. As. J. Food Ag-Ind, 2: 330-335.
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  8. Aberoumand, A. and S.S. Deokule, 2009. Studies on nutritional values of some wild edible plants from Iran and India. Pak. J. Nutr., 8: 26-31.
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  9. Aberoumand, A. and S.S. Deokule, 2009. Proximate and mineral composition of wild coco (Eulophia ochreata L.) tubers in Iran. Asian J. Food Agro-Ind., 2: 203-209.
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  10. Aberoumand, A. and S.S. Deokule, 2009. Proximate and mineral composition of the Sepestan (Cordia myxa R.) as a plant food. J. Med. Food Plants, 1: 92-96.

  11. Aberoumand, A. and S.S. Deokule, 2009. Plant-based diets nutritional value of some plant foods of india and IRAN. Int. J. Food Sci. Technol. Nutr., 3: 1-10.

  12. Aberoumand, A. and S.S. Deokule, 2009. High nutritional value of non-conventional balsam apple (Momordica dioica Roxb.): A indian wild fruit vegetable. Int. J. Applied Agric. Res., 4: 215-222.

  13. Aberoumand, A. and S.S. Deokule, 2009. Food analytical evaluation of fruits and vegetables based diets in relation to human carbohydrates. Int. J. Plant Physiol. Biochem., 1: 13-18.
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  14. Aberoumand, A. and S.S. Deokule, 2009. Determination of elements profile of some wild edible plants. Food Anal. Methods, 2: 116-119.
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  15. Aberoumand, A. and S.S. Deokule, 2009. Chemical analysis and nutritional value of Chlorophytum comosum: a plant food in Iran. J. Med. Food Plants, 1: 87-91.

  16. Aberoumand, A., 2008. Comparison of protein values from seven wild edible plants of Iran. Afr. J. Food Sci., 2: 73-76.
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  17. Aberoumand, A. and S.S. Deokule, 2008. Comparison of phenolic compounds of some edible plants of Iran and India. Pak. J. Nutr., 7: 582-585.
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