Fruit Ripening: Physiology, Signalling and Genomics (Hardback)M. Bouzayen (editor), A. K. Mattoo (editor), Pravendra Nath (editor), Mondher Bouzayen (editor), Jean Claude Pech (editor), Alisdair Fernie (author of contributions), Mark Tucker (author of contributions), Kunsog Chen (author of contributions), Joseph Hirschberg (author)
Hardback 336 Pages / Published: 16/07/2014
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Fruit ripening is an important aspect of fruit production. The timing of it affects supply chains and buying behaviour, and for consumers ripeness not only affects perceptions of health but has nutritional effects too. Ripeness is closely related to spoilage which has a major financial impact on agricultural industries. Currently there are fast moving developments in knowledge of the factors affecting fruit ripeness, and this up-to-date monograph seeks to draw together the disparate research in this area. The aim of the book is to produce a comprehensive account covering almost every area related to fruit ripening including the latest molecular mechanisms regulating fruit ripening, its impact on human nutrition and emerging research and technologies.
Publisher: CABI Publishing
Number of pages: 336
Weight: 900 g
Dimensions: 244 x 172 x 23 mm
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