Comparative Analysis of the Quality of Fruit, Fresh and Processed as Compote, of certain Cherry Tree Cultivars

Ion Caplan, Gheorghe Lămureanu, Alexe Constanța

Abstract


The five cherry tree cultivars presented in this paper (Van, Stela, Simbol, Boambe de Cotnari, Gesmerdorf) are those that occupy most of the surface cultivated with this species at the Research Station for Fruit Growing Constanta. The observations and measurements concerning the biometrical and organoleptic characteristics of fresh fruit (size, aspect, firmness, taste, stone percentage), as well as the biochemical features (soluble dry substance, soluble carbohydrates), revealed the superiority of the Van and Simbol cultivars. Processed as compote, all the cultivars, apart from Stela, displayed a very good processing capacity.


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aspect, colour, texture, firmness, taste

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.15835/buasvmcn-fst:11395

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