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Flesh softening and phosphorylation of soluble polypeptides in relation to ethylene production in Prunus persica fruits with different ripening patterns



Flesh softening and phosphorylation of soluble polypeptides in relation to ethylene production in Prunus persica fruits with different ripening patterns



Acta Horticulturae (682(Vol 1)): 155-162



In peach fruit, it is desirable to individuate simple biochemical/physiological parameters, genetically determined and useful for marker-assisted selection to obtain improved genotypes for flesh firmness.

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