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Hormonal control of fruit maturation and ripening. I. The effect of growth regulators on ethylene production and acid phosphatase activity in apple fruits



Hormonal control of fruit maturation and ripening. I. The effect of growth regulators on ethylene production and acid phosphatase activity in apple fruits



Acta Horticulturae (80): 409-417



Ethylene production and acid phosphatase activity were determined during pre- and postharvest ripening of McIntosh fruits treated with SADH 3 weeks after blooming and/or CEPA and NAA 2 weeks before harvest. In control fruits a sharp rise in ethylene content in seed cells was detected only after fruit detachment from the tree, although the picking was deferred for a week.

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