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The mango (Mangifera indica Linn.), which is a dicotyledonous fruit of the family Anacardiaceae, originated in the Indo-Burmese region (Subramanyam et al., 1975; Tjiptono et al., 1984). It is produced principally in the developing countries of the tropics, with total world production estimated at 15.06 million tonnes (FAO, 1989).

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Ethylene Production Ripe Fruit Mangifera Indica Mango Fruit Oxidative Pentose Phosphate Pathway 
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