Effects of postharvest treatments on gene expression in Prunus persica fruit: Normal and altered ripening

@inproceedings{Pavz2013EffectsOP,
  title={Effects of postharvest treatments on gene expression in Prunus persica fruit: Normal and altered ripening},
  author={Leonardo Pav{\'e}z and Christian Hodar and Felipe Olivares and Mauricio Gonzalez and Veronica Cambiazo},
  year={2013}
}
Abstract Peach (Prunus persica) fruit have a short shelf-life, and the most common method employed to delay ripening and increase their postharvest life is cold storage. However, after extended storage at low temperature some cultivars have alterated ripening processes, resulting in a lack of juice and a woolly texture. To improve our understanding of the molecular mechanisms involved in the responses of peach fruit to cold storage we determined gene expression changes of fruit (cv. O’Henry… CONTINUE READING

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