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Studies on pineapples. Part III. The effects of different physical treatments on the changes in physiological and biochemical characteristics in stored pineapples



Studies on pineapples. Part III. The effects of different physical treatments on the changes in physiological and biochemical characteristics in stored pineapples



Bangladesh Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research 14(1/2): 109-118



Pineapple fruits, Giant Kew, were wrapped in soft brown paper impregnated with diphenylamine (1%), sodium propionate (25%). or sorbic acid (1%), or not wrapped and held at room temperature either in air (controls) or in the absence of air. Data are presented on the fruit physical and chemical characteristics, assessed at intervals up to 32 days.

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