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Studies on the texture of pear fruit. II. Factors responsible for the texture of Japanese pear varieties. Part 1. Fruit firmness and density of stone cell clusters



Studies on the texture of pear fruit. II. Factors responsible for the texture of Japanese pear varieties. Part 1. Fruit firmness and density of stone cell clusters



Bull. hort. Res. Stat. Hiratsuka. 5, 121-9. bibl. 6



II. Part I: In studies on 18 varieties of Japanese pear (Pyrus serotina) fruit firmness as determined by a pressure tester was closely associated with fruit texture. There were little varietal differences in the density and size of stone cell clusters, and their density was not correlated with fruit firmness.

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