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Taste of pak choi (Brassica chinensis L.) cultivars with acceptance to German consumers


, : Taste of pak choi (Brassica chinensis L.) cultivars with acceptance to German consumers. Acta Horticulturae ( 467): 335-342

Three B. chinensis cultivars with good growth habit were selected for taste studies by a trained sensory panel (8 people). Joi Choi F1 (JC) has dark green leaves and a white stem, and grows to approximately 50 cm in height. Mei Quing Choi F1 (MQC) has light green leaves and stems and an approximate height of 30 cm. Chinese Pak Choi (CPC) has light green leaves and a creamy white stem, and has a growth habit similar to JC.

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