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Effect of chilling injury on cell wall metabolism during storage of rambutan fruit


Effect of chilling injury on cell wall metabolism during storage of rambutan fruit



Japanese Journal of Tropical Agriculture 46(4): 259-264



ISSN/ISBN: 0021-5260

The effect of chilling injury (CI) on cell wall metabolism was investigated in stored 'Rongrien' rambutans (Nephelium lappaceum). CI was observed only in the skin of the fruits stored at 8 degrees C. Cellulose accounted for approximately 80% of the composition of the skin cell wall and for approximately 60% of that of the pulp. Skin firmness decreased with the number of days in storage (DIS) at 8 degrees C and was lower than at 13 degrees C.

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