Chilling Injury in Mamey Sapote Fruit (Pouteria sapota): Biochemical and Physiological Responses

@inproceedings{PrezTello2009ChillingII,
  title={Chilling Injury in Mamey Sapote Fruit (Pouteria sapota): Biochemical and Physiological Responses},
  author={Guillermo O. P{\'e}rez-Tello and Miguel {\'A}ngel Mart{\'i}nez-T{\'e}llez and Irasema del Carmen Vargas-Arispuro and Gustavo A Gonz{\'a}lez-Aguilar},
  year={2009}
}
Problem statement: Cold storage is needed in order to delay senescence and achieve a longer commercial life of tropical fruits like mamey sapot e (Pouteria sapota), therefore, the physiological and biochemical responses of this fruit to cold storage were evaluated. Approach: Samples from different storage temperature (20, 10 and 2°C) were taken at five-day intervals and Chilling Injury Index (CII), decay (%), pulp firmness, weight loss (%), sucrose, fructose and glucose contents, electrolyte… CONTINUE READING

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