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Improving the rate of penetration of CaCl2 solutions applied to the surface of intact peaches

AuthorsFernández, Victoria ; Río, Víctor del ; Langa, D.; Blanco Braña, Álvaro ; Val Falcón, Jesús
Issue DateAug-2010
Citation28th International Horticultural Congress (Lisbon. Aug 24th 2010)
AbstractCalcium (Ca): Essential & rather immobile - transpiration flow • Key for plant growth, development & reproduction: •role in e.g.: circadian rhythms, immunity, redox state, hormone biosynthesis, signalling & signal transduction, biotic & abiotic stress responses (Hong-Bo et al., 2008) •In fruits: structural role in keeping cell wall integrity (Manganaris et al, 2005)
Occurrence of Ca-related disorders in horticultural commodities
.Causing major economic losses (harvest, post-harvest, etc.) •More than 30 described in different horticultural commodities (Shear, 1975)
Description21 Pags., Fots., Tabls. Figs.
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