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A study of some fruit skin characteristics in relation to the susceptibility of cherry fruit to cracking



A study of some fruit skin characteristics in relation to the susceptibility of cherry fruit to cracking



Acta Horticulturae ( 410): 547-550



From 1989 to 1991 the thickness of the cuticle, the number of stomata and the N concentration in the fruit skin were examined in relation to the rate and quantity of water absorption of cherry fruits in distilled water. The results differed from one year to another.

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