Evangelina Medrano

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BACKGROUND Different nitrogen inputs and/or development under adverse water conditions (water stress/low quality and/or high salinity/electrical conductivity), such as those prevailing in Almeria (Mediterranean coast, south-east Spain), may affect overall fruit and vegetable quality. This study evaluated the influence of salinity and nitrogen reduction in(More)
We investigated the effect of supplying nitrogen, as NO3- or as NO3-/NH4+, on the composition of fruits of sweet pepper (Capsicum annuum L. cv. Melchor) plants grown with different CO2 concentrations ([CO2]): ambient or elevated (800 μmol mol-1). The results show that the application of NH4+ and high [CO2] affected the chroma related to the concentrations(More)
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