Effects of 1-Methylcyclopropene to Atemoya Fruits (Annona atemoya Hort. cv. Petchpakchong) Postharvest Quality

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มยุรา ล้านไชย
จิตตา สาตร์เพ็ชร์
โสภิดา ศรีวิลัยวรรณ
คนึงนิจ บุศราคำ
ธัญญะ เตชะศีลพิทักษ์
ธวัชชัย บุญกลาง

Abstract

Petchpakchong sugar apple (Annona atemoya Hort. cv. Petchpakchong) is a favorable tropical fruit due to its flavor, luscious-odor and taste, and fewer seeds, albeit its short shelf life which is according to rapid physiological changes. In this study, 1-MCP was applied to petchpakchong sugar apples, which were harvested after flowering 110-120 days, for shelf life-prolonging. The sugar apples were fumigated in a range concentration of 1-MCP including 0, 1,000, 2,000, and 4,000 ppb, prior kept at 25±2 o C and 70±5 %RH. The results presented that 1-MCP could be enhanced and prolong the shelf life of petchpakchong sugar apple without abnormal symptoms. The Fruit qualities at 2,000 ppb of 1-MCP were the most accepted by the consumer. However, peel color changes, weight loss, total soluble solids, titration acidity, respiratory rate, and ethylene production were congruence-increased to the fruit’s maturity.

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ล้านไชย ม., สาตร์เพ็ชร์ จ. ., ศรีวิลัยวรรณ โ., บุศราคำ ค., เตชะศีลพิทักษ์ ธ., & บุญกลาง ธ. (2021). Effects of 1-Methylcyclopropene to Atemoya Fruits (Annona atemoya Hort. cv. Petchpakchong) Postharvest Quality. Thai Journal of Science and Technology, 10(1). https://doi.org/10.14456/tjst.2021.4
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