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1-Methylcyclopropene and extreme ULO inhibit superficial scald in a different way highlighting the physiological basis of this disorder in pear
(Scientia Horticulturae, 2019-02-21)
Despite years of research on the biochemical basis of superficial scald in apples, relatively little is known about the specific regulatory processes involved in pears. To gain further knowledge on these processes, different ...
New insights on the ripening pattern of ‘Blanquilla’ pears: A comparison between on- and off-tree ripened fruit
(Postharvest Biology and Technology, 2019-01-05)
To better understand the key processes involved in the ripening of attached fruit, we have investigated physico-chemical and biochemical changes occurring in ‘Blanquilla’ pear during on-tree (attached fruit) and off-tree ...
Investigation of the transcriptomic and metabolic changes associated with superficial scald physiology impaired by lovastatin and 1-methylcyclopropene in pear fruit (cv. “Blanquilla”)
(Horticulture Research, 2020-04-01)
To elucidate the physiology underlying the development of superficial scald in pears, susceptible “Blanquilla” fruit was treated with different compounds that either promoted (ethylene) or repressed (1-methylcyclopropene ...