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Effect of some post-harvest treatments on chemical properties of Hindi Be-Sinnara mango fruits during storage

, : Effect of some post-harvest treatments on chemical properties of Hindi Be-Sinnara mango fruits during storage. Annals of Agricultural Science Moshtohor 20(2): 291-304

Treatment with the antitranspirant Vapor-Gard resulted in the lowest total soluble solids content. Total acidity was greatest in fruits treated with Vapor-Gard alone or + benomyl. Carotenoid contents were significantly increased by all treatments, most by benomyl and least by Vapor-Gard. Phenolic compounds in fruits under all treatments decreased during storage. The highest values of reducing sugars were in Vapor-Gard-treated fruits but they decreased slowly in all fruits after the first week.

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