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Effect of high temperature-short term storage of mature green tomato fruits on changes in their chemical composition after ripening at room temperature. Part I. Studies on the storage temperature of tomato fruits



Effect of high temperature-short term storage of mature green tomato fruits on changes in their chemical composition after ripening at room temperature. Part I. Studies on the storage temperature of tomato fruits



Journal of the Agricultural Chemical Society of Japan 49(4): 189-196



Tomato fruits were harvested at the mature green stage and were stored in air at 4 deg , 20 deg , 33 deg C or room temperature. Fruits stored at room temperature showed the changes in colour and softening associated with normal ripening. Fruits stored at 4 deg did not show loss of chlorophyll, hydrolysis of pectic substances or synthesis of lycopene and showed some physiological injury.

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