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Percentage of Dry Matter and Oil Content Are Not Reliable Indicators of Fruit Maturity or Quality in Late-harvested `Hass' Avocado

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Peter J. Hofman Maroochy Research Station, Queensland Horticulture Institute, Department of Primary Industries, P.O. Box 5083 SCMC, Nambour, 4560, Australia

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Marcelle Jobin-Décor Queensland Agricultural Biotechnology Centre, Queensland Horticulture Institute, Department of Primary Industries, University of Queensland, St Lucia, 4072, Australia

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Janet Giles Biometry Group, Queensland Horticulture Institute, Department of Primary Industries, Locked Mail Bag 4, Moorooka, Qld 4105, Australia

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Peter J. Hofman Maroochy Research Station, Queensland Horticulture Institute, Department of Primary Industries, P.O. Box 5083 SCMC, Nambour, 4560, Australia

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Marcelle Jobin-Décor Queensland Agricultural Biotechnology Centre, Queensland Horticulture Institute, Department of Primary Industries, University of Queensland, St Lucia, 4072, Australia

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