P M Mehta
Articles written in Proceedings – Plant Sciences
Volume 89 Issue 2 March 1980 pp 139-142
Fruits developed under long day treatment had considerably higher phenol contents than in normal day treatment. Phenolic compounds diminished gradually as fruits developed and the decrease is correlated with the activities of monophenolase and O-diphenolase. Tissue browning occurred due to the high activity of O-diphenolase.
Volume 90 Issue 4 August 1981 pp 293-297
Changes in the development of L-phenylalanine ammonia lyase, L-tyrosine ammonia lyase and their relation with the pigment development in the fruit skin (
Volume 90 Issue 6 December 1981 pp 541-546
The anatomical development of adventitious buds in the tuberous roots of