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Changes in electrolyte efflux pattern in detached and attached tomato fruits in slow- and fast-ripening varieties



Changes in electrolyte efflux pattern in detached and attached tomato fruits in slow- and fast-ripening varieties



Indian Journal of Plant Physiology 10(1): 25-31



Membrane stability in detached (stored) and attached fruits of slow- (Pusa Ruby) and fast-ripening (Pusa Gaurav) tomato cultivars was studied using electrolyte efflux (EE) as the parameter of membrane stability. In experiment 1, fruits were stored in ventilated baskets at ambient conditions at 0, 5, 8, 10 and 14 days after harvest (DAH).

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