Using our original cryostabilization technique, based on chilling of the fruit pulp in Ethylene Glycol 50% at -20°C, and subsequent infiltration and polymerization in Glycol Mehacrylate (Technovit 7100) at 10°C, we try to succesfully reveal polygalacturonase activity in unripened, ripened, overripened, spoiled and rotten fruits, also degraded by fungy.

Histochemical study and polygalacturonase detection in cryostabilized resin embedded sections of apricot pulp

DONNA, Daniela;DORE, Bruno Emilio;PRUNOTTO, MARCO
2001

Abstract

Using our original cryostabilization technique, based on chilling of the fruit pulp in Ethylene Glycol 50% at -20°C, and subsequent infiltration and polymerization in Glycol Mehacrylate (Technovit 7100) at 10°C, we try to succesfully reveal polygalacturonase activity in unripened, ripened, overripened, spoiled and rotten fruits, also degraded by fungy.
29th National Congress of the Italian Society of Histochemistry
Anacapri
23-25 aprile 2001
45/suppl 1
48
48
Histochemistry; polygalacturonase; cryostabilization; polar resin; apricot
DONNA D.; B. DORE; JONA R.; PRUNOTTO M.
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