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Non-destructive Measurements of Total Soluble Solids and Dry Matter content in Apple (Malus spp.)
If you work in postharvest, chances are you're familiar with ethylene—C2H4—a gas produced by aging fresh produce, rotting vegetation, and different byproducts like smoke and exhaust.
Dry matter is everything in the fruit minus the water. This includes sugars, cell wall, proteins and starch. Read our infographic to learn more!
Wondering why one apple variety tastes sweet and delicious, while another type is bland and watery? Our Measuring Brix infographic explains what sets a good piece of fruit apart.