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Application of Chlorophyll a Fluorescence Imaging Analysis for Selection of Rapid Frozen Sweet Persimmon Fruits
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Application of Chlorophyll a Fluorescence Imaging Analysis for Selection of Rapid Frozen Sweet Persimmon Fruits
Yoo, Sung Young; Park, So Hyun; Lee, Min Ju; Park, Jong Yong; Kang, Hong Gyu; Kang, Sung Ku; Kim, Tae Wan;
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BACKGROUND: In korea, sweet persimmon(Diospyros kaki) cultivation is front to abiotic stresses such as frost damage at fruit maturing stage. The cold and rapid freezing stresses are most damaging to fruit production which is most actively progressed in late fall. This study was performed to evaluate the validity of chlorophyll fluorescence imaging(CFI) technology to determine the degree of frost damage in sweet persimmon fruits. METHODS AND RESULTS: The sweet persimmon fruits were measured separately for each treatment(15, 30, 60 minutes) at 24 hours after treatment(HAT) rapid freezing. A CFI FluorCam (FC 1000-H, PSI, Czech Republic) was used to measure the fluorescence images of the fruits. In rapid freezing for 15 minutes, photochemical parameters were not changed. However, in rapid freezing for 30 and 60 minutes, photochemical parameters were lowered. Especially, , , and values were declined under rapid freezing. CONCLUSION: In our study, it was clearly indicated that the rapid freezing could be a stress in sweet persimmon fruits. The CFI analysis and its related parameters are applicable as a rapid assessing technique for the determination of frost damage.
Chlorophyll Fluorescence Imaging;Frost Damage;Rapid Freezing;Sweet Persimmon;
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