Ultrastructural Changes in Cherimoya Fruit Injured by Chilling

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Gutierrez, Margarita; Mar Sola, Maria del; Pascual, Luis; Rodriguez-Garcia, Maria Isabel; Vargas, Alberto M.;
(1992)
  • Publisher: DigitalCommons@USU
  • Subject: mitochondria | Cherimoya | chloroplasts | chilling injury | cold | cell disorganization | membranes | ripening | Golgi | starch | cell wall | Food Science
    mesheuropmc: food and beverages

Cherimoya (Annona cherimola Mill.) is an important fruit crop that is grown in the South of Spain. Ultrastructural modifications of cherimoya fruit were studied after low-temperature storage. When cherimoya was stored at 4 oc for 6 days, the starch grains did not suffer... View more
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