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Study of Impact and Compression Damage on Asian Pears

By Pictiaw Chen, Margarita Ruiz-Altisent, Fuming Lu and Adel Al Kader


Result of impact and compression tests on Chojuro, Twentieth Century, Tsu Li, and Ya Li varieties of Asian pears indicate that Chojuro pears are the firmest and most resistant to mechanical damage. At the time of harvest, Tsu Li and Ya Li pears could resist mechanical damage nearly as well as Chojuro pears, but they become more susceptible to bruising in cold storage. Twentieth Century pears are most sensitive to impact and compression bruising. Increased time in the ripening room produces more softening and increased bruise resistance of Chojuro and Twentieth Century pears than of Tsu Li and Ya Li pears

Topics: Agricultura
Publisher: E.T.S.I. Agrónomos (UPM)
Year: 1987
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Provided by: Archivo Digital UPM

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