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Activity of polyphenol oxidases, pectinolytic enzymes and quality of coffee (Coffea arabica L.) as the result of different drying times



Activity of polyphenol oxidases, pectinolytic enzymes and quality of coffee (Coffea arabica L.) as the result of different drying times



Revista Brasileira de Armazenamento (Especial 6): 54-59



Fruits of coffee (Coffea arabica) Catuai Vermelho were harvested in 1 July 1998 in Carmo do Rio Claro, Minas Gerais, Brazil. The fruits of the same plot containing an average of 53.8% cherry, 23.14% raisin-dry and 22.96% green fruits were utilized. After harvest, the coffee fruits were divided into lots of 180 litres of fruit for each waiting time and further divided into 3 replicates of 60 litres of fruit in each lot.

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