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Seasonal changes in grapefruit harvested from three different regions of Greece


, : Seasonal changes in grapefruit harvested from three different regions of Greece. Acta Horticulturae (49): 215-218

Fruit from 3 parts of Peloponnesos were examined. As they ripened from December to March there were marked increases in TSS and pH; proteins, total amino acids and total sugars also rose.


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