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- Schmitz-Eiberger, Michaela A.; Blanke, Michael M.
- Lebensmittel-Wissenschaft + [i.e. und] Technologie 2012 v.46 no.2 pp. 388-392
- Prunus avium; acidity; adverse effects; allergenicity; allergens; antioxidant activity; ascorbic acid; cherries; color; cultivars; dwarfing; fruit growing; fruit quality; fruits; harvest date; heat stress; heat treatment; markets; phenols; photosynthetically active radiation; proteins; ripening; rootstocks; spring; sugar content; taste; temperature; trees; ultraviolet radiation; Germany
- ... Five early maturing varieties of Prunus avium L. on dwarfing rootstock were forced at Bonn, Germany in spring under transparent plastic cover without additional heating to ripen at a time before field-grown German fruit become available, with better fruit quality than imported sweet cherries; trees grown outside without cover served as control. The cover reduced the incident radiation by up to 54% ...