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Research on postharvest diseases of tomato. B. Storage diseases of rin and nor tomato mutants and of their hybrids



Research on postharvest diseases of tomato. B. Storage diseases of rin and nor tomato mutants and of their hybrids



Preliminary Report, Volcani Center, Bet Dagan (782): 3-12



Results of a three-year study indicated that the fruits of two non-ripening tomato mutants (rin and nor) had a high resistance to postharvest diseases. The incidence of rot was 7-8% in these mutants compared with 86% in normal tomatoes. Incidence of rot in hybrids between normal and mutant forms was also high, similar to that found in normal fruits. Decay in fruits from the mutant plants was caused mainly by Alternaria alternata.

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