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Effects of exogenous application of jasmonates and 1-methylcyclopropene for pre- and postharvest control of peach and apple fruit ripening

Effects of exogenous application of jasmonates and 1-methylcyclopropene for pre- and postharvest control of peach and apple fruit ripening

Acta Horticulturae: 4, 179-185

In freestone peaches, the ripening process is typically divided into two stages: an early phase during which softening proceeds slowly, and a melting stage with a rapid loss of firmness associated with a dramatic increase of ethylene emission. On the contrary, in apple, three distinct phases of ripening could be identified: a first one during which fruit soften slowly, a second one characterized by a more rapid decrease in firmness, and a final phase of slow softening.

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