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Figure 4 | Chemical and Biological Technologies in Agriculture

Figure 4

From: Preharvest foliar applications of glycine-betaine protects banana fruits from chilling injury during the postharvest stage

Figure 4

Chlorophylls and carotenoids from banana fruit peels during 8 days after being harvested. Chlorophylls (A) and carotenoids (B) from banana fruit peels during 8 days after being harvested from fruits of the three different treatments: control fruits from plants treated with distilled water during the preharvest stage and kept at 23°C (circles), fruits from plants treated with distilled water during the preharvest stage but exposed to 10°C for 6 h and then kept at 23°C (inverted triangles), and fruits from plants treated during the preharvest stage with 100 mM GB and exposed to 10°C for 6 h and then kept at 23°C (squares). Each point is the mean and SD of at least five fruits. Points with different letters at the last date of observation are statistically different.

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