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Effect of Bagging Material on the Development and Composition of 'Chiin Hwang' Mango Fruit
|關鍵字:||bagging;套袋;disorder;mineral nutrition;mango;果實劣變;無機養分;芒果;生長發育||Project:||興大園藝, Volume 27, Issue 2, Page(s) 37-48.
Horticulture NCHU, Volume 27, Issue 2, Page(s) 37-48.
The objective of this study were to investigate the fruit disorders, development and mineral composition of 'Chiin Hwang ' by different bagging material. Results indicated that the fruit growth pattern appeared a sigmoid curve. In the fruit mineral concentrations, there were no significant differences in nitrogen and potassium between peel and pulp, but the peel was found high in calcium and magnesium. The black paper bagged friuts had a higher nitrogen concentration the other treatments. There were no significant differences in calcium concentration s than between treatments. The N/Ca, K/Ca and Mg/Ca of friuts were higher in black-paper treatment, likewise the percentages of the friut disorders. Fruit analysis data indicated that the mineral concentrations were elevated in the affected fruits especially in the middle portion and styler-end in breakdown fruits. The N/Ca, K/Ca and Mg/Ca of friuts were higher in the affected fruits than the healthy ones after ethrel treatment.
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