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Effects of tree-spray of liquid calcium compound on the changes in cell wall components, cell wall hydrolases, and cell wall structure during cold storage of non-astringent persimmon fruits


Effects of tree-spray of liquid calcium compound on the changes in cell wall components, cell wall hydrolases, and cell wall structure during cold storage of non-astringent persimmon fruits



Journal of the Korean Society for Horticultural Science 43(4): 443-446



An experiment was conducted to study the effects of tree spray of liquid calcium compounds (LCC) extracted from oyster shells on the fruit quality, cell wall components and structure, and cell wall hydrolases in persimmon Fuyu fruits during 60 days of cold storage. The calcium content of flesh and cell wall was maintained at high levels in LCC-sprayed fruits. Pectin content, ethylene production, and respiration showed no difference between LCC-sprayed and untreated fruits.

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