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Effect of chilling injury on two scavengers of free radicals of mango fruit






Acta Horticulturae Sinica 22(3): 235-239

Effect of chilling injury on two scavengers of free radicals of mango fruit

Fruits of Zhihua stored at 2 degrees C for 15 days developed chilling injury. The fruits showed slightly increased superoxide dismutase (SOD) activity and a decline in catalase (CAT) activity under these conditions, indicating that membrane-lipid peroxidation was enhanced.


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