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Quality Characteristics of ‘Dongchul’ Persimmon (Diospyros kaki Thunb.) Fruit Grown in Gangwondo, Korea
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  • Journal title : Korean Journal of Plant Resources
  • Volume 29, Issue 3,  2016, pp.313-321
  • Publisher : The Plant Resources Society of Korea
  • DOI : 10.7732/kjpr.2016.29.3.313
 Title & Authors
Quality Characteristics of ‘Dongchul’ Persimmon (Diospyros kaki Thunb.) Fruit Grown in Gangwondo, Korea
Kim, Il-Doo; Dhungana, Sanjeev Kumar; Chae, Yong-Gon; Son, Nan-Kyung; Shin, Dong-Hyun;
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 Abstract
Persimmon has long been established as one of the major fruits in Korea. The southern parts of Korea were traditionally the pocket areas for good persimmon production; however, rising temperatures have gradually rendered the southern regions unsuitable for successful harvest. Ecology of fruit growing areas affects the productivity of various types of crops, including fruit trees such as persimmon. The quality characteristics of the fruit of persimmon cv. Dongchul grown in Gangwondo, which lies in the northern part of South Korea, were investigated. Different physicochemical, nutritional, and antioxidant properties of fruit were evaluated to assess the locational effect on the quality of persimmon fruits grown in Gangwondo. The results of this study showed that persimmon cv. Dongchul grown in Gangwondo maintains many of the physicochemical (4.33% crude protein and 4.32% crude fiber), nutritional (total mineral content: 461.51 and vitamin C content: 15.28 ㎎/100 g), and antioxidant properties (polyphenol content: 633.1 ㎎ gallic acid equivalent/100 g) those are found in other three commercial cultivars ‘Daebong’, ‘Kyengsan Bansi’, and ‘Sangju Doongsi’ grown in Korea. Overall results of this study imply that ‘Dongchul’ cultivar of persimmon could commercially be grown in Kangwondo, Korea.
 Keywords
Antioxidant;Nutritional property;Persimmon fruit quality;Physicochemical property;
 Language
English
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