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The Effect of Rootstocks on the Fruit Characteristic Attributes of ‘Jonica’ Apples

during ripening and storage. Norw. J. Agric. Sci. 6 : 111-119. Vangdal E. 1985. Quality criteria for fruit for fresh consumption. Acta Agric. Scand. 35 : 41-47.

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The Influence of Growing Medium and Harvest Time on the Biological Value of Cherry Fruit and Standard Tomato Cultivars

., Thomson C.A., Wu M., Javanmardi J. 2006. Controlled environments for production of value-added food crops with high phytochemical concentrations: lycopene in tomato as an example. HortScience 41: 522-525. Leonardi C., Ambrosino P., Esposito F., Fogliano V. 2000. Antioxidant activity and carotenoid and tomatine contents in different typologies of fresh consumption tomatoes. Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry 48: 4723-4727. Liptay A., Papadopulos A.P., Bryan H.H., Gull D. 1986. Ascorbic acid levels in tomato

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Evaluation of plum cultivars grafted on ‘Wangenheim Prune’ rootstock in the northeast of Poland

Cultus 9(1): 37-44. Vangd al E., 1985. Quality Criteria for Fruit for Fresh Consumption. Acta Agric. Scand. 35: 41-47. Vávra R., 2012. Evaluation of plum cultivar productivity in commercial orchards in first growing years after planting. Acta Hort. 968: 93-98. Walkowiak-Tomczak D., 2009. The effect of the degree of ripening on physico-chemical properties and contents of polyphenolic compounds in selected cultivars of plum ( Prunus domestica ). Nauka Przyr. Techno. 3,4: 1-9 (In Polish).

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