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Effect of chlormequat and CEPA on the ripening of pome fruits


, : Effect of chlormequat and CEPA on the ripening of pome fruits. Acta Horticulturae (34): 429-434

Chlormequat applied to apple and pear fruits at the climacteric minimum did not modify pigment formation in the peel or the respiratory activity of the ripening fruit.

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