Biochemistry of Fruit Ripening

  • Graham B. Seymour
  • Jane E. Taylor
  • Gregory A. Tucker

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages iii-xi
  2. G. A. Tucker
    Pages 1-51
  3. G. B. Seymour, G. A. Tucker
    Pages 53-81
  4. G. B. Seymour
    Pages 83-106
  5. E. A. Baldwin
    Pages 107-149
  6. J. E. Taylor
    Pages 151-187
  7. A. K. Kanellis, K. A. Roubelakis - Angelakis
    Pages 189-234
  8. N. K. Given
    Pages 235-254
  9. C. Lizada
    Pages 255-271
  10. G. B. Seymour, W. B. McGlasson
    Pages 273-290
  11. R. E. Paull
    Pages 291-323
  12. M. Knee
    Pages 325-346
  13. K. Manning
    Pages 347-377
  14. C. J. Brady
    Pages 379-404
  15. G. Hobson, D. Grierson
    Pages 405-442
  16. Back Matter
    Pages 443-454

About this book


It is over 20 years since the publication of A.c. Hulme's two volume text on The Biochemistry of Fruits and thei.r Products. Whilst the bulk of the information contained in that text is still relevant it is true to say that our understanding of the biochemical and genetic mech


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Editors and affiliations

  • Graham B. Seymour
    • 1
  • Jane E. Taylor
    • 2
  • Gregory A. Tucker
    • 3
  1. 1.Horticulture Research InternationalLittlehampton, West SussexUK
  2. 2.Department of Physiology and Environmental ScienceUniversity of Nottingham School of AgricultureSutton Bonington, LoughboroughUK
  3. 3.Department of Applied Biochemistry and Food ScienceUniversity of Nottingham School of AgricultureSutton Bonington, LoughboroughUK

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