Published in Biotech Business Week, April 16th, 2012
"This study addressed the physiological responses of strawberry fruit to CO2 treatment to understand the factors to induce firmness increase. High CO2 treatment induced modification of pectic polymers, the decrease of water-soluble pectins (WSP) and increase of chelator-soluble pectins (CSP), which are the major factors for firmness increase. The shift of WSP to CSP is related with calcium binding to WSP....
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