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Respiration of Washington Navel and Valencia oranges harvested at different stages of maturity


, : Respiration of Washington Navel and Valencia oranges harvested at different stages of maturity. Acta Horticulturae (53): 375-379

The respiration of Washington Navel (harvested November-January) and Valencia (harvested November-March) oranges measured at 10 deg C showed a rise during the first few days after harvesting, followed by a gradual decrease as the oranges approached the stage of commercial maturity.

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