PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PARAMETERS OF THE FRUIT IN FOUR PRUNUS DOMESTICA LOCAL POPULATIONS FROM BUZAU COUNTY

Published in Scientific Papers. Series B, Horticulture, Volume LXII
Written by Daniel Constantin POTOR, Aurora DOBRIN, Mihaela Ioana GEORGESCU, Dorel HOZA

The four local populations of Prunus domestica, T1, T2, T3, respectively T4, selected for observations and measurements are distinguished by a series of particular attributes of fruit: one of the four populations matures their fruits early in August while the remaining populations are ripening during September; the endocarp is not adherent to the T3 population, whereas the remainder has different degrees of adhesion; the average weight of fruit varies clearly from species to species, and the ratio between fruit weight and fruit diameter is relatively close for the 3 populations; the sugar content, with one exception, is close to the average of 15.95, and the dry matter content is also variable depending on the population.

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POTOR D.C., DOBRIN A., GEORGESCU M.I., HOZA D. 2018, PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL PARAMETERS OF THE FRUIT IN FOUR PRUNUS DOMESTICA LOCAL POPULATIONS FROM BUZAU COUNTY. Scientific Papers. Series B, Horticulture, Volume LXII, Print ISSN 2285-5653, 65-70.


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