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Studies on the extension of the shelf-life of tomato fruits. IX. The effect of packaging tomato fruits in polythene bags on changes in NADP level and contents of ATP and ADP during after-ripening



Studies on the extension of the shelf-life of tomato fruits. IX. The effect of packaging tomato fruits in polythene bags on changes in NADP level and contents of ATP and ADP during after-ripening



Journal of the Japanese Society for Horticultural Science 42(1): 70-74



In unwrapped fruit the NADP level rose to a maximum and then fell following a similar pattern to that of the respiratory climacteric. An analysis of the fruit parts revealed higher NADP levels (nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide phosphate) in the seeds and their gelatinous coating than in the flesh, and indicated a higher metabolic rate in the former.

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