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- Gonzalez-Gomez, D.; Bernalte, M. J.; Ayuso, M. C.; Fernandez-Leon, M. F.; Lozano, M.; Rato, A. E.; Palma, V.; Santos, A. C.
- Acta horticulturae 2017 no.1161 pp. 581-586
- Prunus avium; active ingredients; anthocyanins; bags; bioactive compounds; carbon dioxide; cherries; color; consumer acceptance; cultivars; experimental design; firmness; fruits; health promotion; orchards; oxygen; packaging; phenolic acids; postharvest treatment; sensory properties; storage time; temperature; titratable acidity; total soluble solids; Portugal; United Kingdom
- ... Sweet cherries (Prunus avium L.) are among the most valued seasonal fruit, 'Sweetheart' being one of the most representative cultivars. The high consumer acceptance of sweet cherries could be attributed to different factors, as an adequate ratio between soluble solid contents (SSC) and titratable acidity (TA), skin colour, as well as the relevant nutritious properties and the important amount of h ...