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The effects of pruning and altitude on the fatty acid composition of tea (Camellia sinensis (L.)) shoots


, : The effects of pruning and altitude on the fatty acid composition of tea (Camellia sinensis (L.)) shoots. Tropical Science 30(3): 299-306

The levels of fatty acids (FA) in young shoots of tea Clone S15/10 decreased with time from pruning. This decrease explains the general flavour quality improvement which occurs as the next pruning time approaches. In Clones 6/8, TN 14-3 and S15/10 the FA values varied with location within a 10 km radius. The FA levels marginally increased with reduction in altitude, but the relationship was not significant.

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