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Studies on the texture of pear fruit. 1. Texture of canned Bartlett pears processed from raw materials obtained from different regions. Part I. Density of stone-cell clusters. Part II. Cell wall components of parenchyma cells



Studies on the texture of pear fruit. 1. Texture of canned Bartlett pears processed from raw materials obtained from different regions. Part I. Density of stone-cell clusters. Part II. Cell wall components of parenchyma cells



Bull. hort. Res. Stat. Hiratsuka. 4, 107-24. bibl. 33



Part I. Histological studies on pear fruits led to the conclusion that the variation in size of fruits obtained from different regions in Japan was responsible for the variation in density of stone-cell clusters. No definite relationship could be found between the density of stone-cell clusters and the texture of the canned product. Part II.

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