|Title:||椪柑和柳橙果實大小與貯藏力關係之研究||Other Titles:||Studies on the Relationship between, Fruit Size and Storage Ability of ‘Ponkan’ (Citrus poonensis) and ‘Liu-cheng’ (Citrus sinensis) Oranges||Authors:||林芳存
|Keywords:||椪柑;柳橙;品質;腐斕率;綠蒂率;通風貯藏;‘Liu-cheng’ orange;'Ponkan’ mandarin;quality;Rot rate;Percentage of green stem bottom;Conventional storage||Issue Date:||Jun-1995||Publisher:||農業試驗所||Related Publication(s):||農業試驗所特刊第51號||Start page/Pages:||337-344||Source:||台灣柑橘之研究與發展研討會專刊||Conference:||台灣柑橘之研究與發展研討會
Research and Development of Citrus in Taiwan
The rot rate of ‘Ponkan’ mandarin, which were sized by rolling sizer and stored at the conventional starage room, increased significantly. Large fruit (fruit size, 27cm and 30cm) showed lower TSS and acidity, higher TSS/acidity, thicker peel, lower juice percentage and lighter fruit gravity. Therefore, large ‘Ponkan’ fruits were not suitable for storage, but suitable for fresh market after harvest. The medium fruit (sized 25cm) and small fruit (sized 23cm) had higher TSS and acidity. They showed good flavor and lower rot rate after storage.
The smaller Leu-cheng oranges showed higher TSS and more fruit juice. small fruit had thinner peel, better flavor, and lower rate of green stem bottom. They also had more rot rate after storage. Therefore, smaller ‘Leu-cheng’ oranges were suitable for comsuption immediately after harvest, the large ‘Lue-cheng’ oranges had good flavor, lower rot rate and higher green stem bottom after two months of storage.
The fruit quality and storage ability of ‘Ponkan’ mandarine and ‘Lue-cheng’ orange cultivated by farmers were quite different. It showed that cultural methods and harvesting affected fruits storage.
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