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|標題:||The Growth of Mango(Mangifera indica L.) Fruit|
Mango varieties 'Irwin', 'Local' and 'Haden' were used to study the physical, morphological, anatomical and chemical changes in growth of mango fruits. The results was indicated that growth curves of fresh weight, length and width of fruits showed typical single sigmoid patterns. The shape index of 'Irwin', 'Local' and 'Haden' were 1.39, 1.59, and 1.16, respectively in maturity. Specific gravity of fruit showed a V type curve during the 20th and 62th day after full bloom. Cell layers and size in pulp were investigated by section and micrograph technology. Recults was shown that the period of cell division in ‘Irwin', ‘Local' and ‘Haden' mango were from full bloom to the initial stage of rapidly growth in fruit. The cell division terminated on the 76th day after full bloom for ‘Irwin' and ‘Haden' varieties, and on the 62th day for ‘Local' variety. The cell layers of the middle part were four times for ‘Irwin', ‘Haden' and six times for ‘Local' than that of top and bottom part of fruit. The cell size became to enlargement and hypertrophy after that time as mentioned above. In the meanwhile, the cells of middle layers in pulp was the earliest hypertrophy, the next was inner layer, then was out layer cell. The cell layers and size in pulp were related to the variety in fruit, the cell layer and size in ‘Irwin' and ‘Haden' was more than ‘Local' variety.
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