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Response of some qualitative fruit characteristics in breeding tomatoes for processing

Response of some qualitative fruit characteristics in breeding tomatoes for processing

Rivista di Agronomia 11(3): 189-193

F1 progenies of Marzanino X MR31 were superior to the best parent for solids content and acidity. Following selection in the F3 and F4, only titratable acidity and solids content showed positive correlations between parents and progenies; pH and refractive index had a variable response.

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