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Hydrolytic enzymes in dates and their application in the softening of tough dates and sugar wall dates

, : Hydrolytic enzymes in dates and their application in the softening of tough dates and sugar wall dates. Report of Date Growers' Institute 49: 6-8

Mature Deglet Noor dates contain cellulase, polyglacturonase and invertase. The onset and development of the activity of these enzymes are very well correlated with fruit ripening. The formation of sugar wall dates appears to be due to deficiency of invertase activity. Tough, dry dates possess less hydrolytic enzyme activity than higher quality fruit.


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