Postharvest Treatment of Hydrogen Sulfide Delays the Softening of Chilean Strawberry Fruit by Downregulating the Expression of Key Genes Involved in Pectin Catabolism

Hydrogen sulfide (H2S) performs a number of physiological roles in crops. Regardless of the proof, the position of H2S on cell wall disassembly and its implications on fleshy fruit firmness stays unknown. On this work, the impact of H2S therapy on the shelf-life, cell wall polymers and cell wall modifying-related gene expression of Chilean strawberry…

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