Regulation of Health-Promoting Compounds in Ripe Mango Fruit
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Mango fruit is rich in phytochemicals. Pre-harvest spray of FeSO4, MgSO4 and MnSO4 (0.2% to 0.3%), fruit harvested at sprung stage, post-climacteric ripening phase, green mature fruit stored (5 °C, 12 d), and postharvest methyl jasmonate (10-4 to 10-6 M), nitric oxide (10 to 40 µL L-1) fumigation and salicylic acid (1 to 3 mmol L-1) dip treatments resulted in higher levels of lupeol, mangiferin, phenolic acids and other health-promoting phytochemicals in ripe mango fruit.
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