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Stephen R. Delwiche, Weena Mekwatanakarn, and Chien Y. Wang

industry and international trade. Sweetness is one of the most important factors that determine mango eating quality, particularly during ripening. Soluble solids content (SSC) and, to a smaller extent, sucrose, glucose, and fructose are the typical quality

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Tomas N. Hasing, Luis F. Osorio, and Vance M. Whitaker

Soluble solids content is an important element of strawberry fruit quality. Approximately 80% to 90% of the SSC consists of sugars ( Perkins-Veazie, 1995 ), and high levels have frequently been associated with favorable sensory ratings in taste

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Teri A. Hale, Richard L. Hassell, and Tyron Phillips

The refractometer has been proposed as a rapid, inexpensive technique for determining sugar levels in fresh sweet corn (Zea mays). High performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) analysis of sugars in three phenotypes (su, se, and sh2 ) of sweet corn harvested at three maturities indicated that sucrose content was highly correlated with the total sugars (R = 0.95). Sucrose and total sugar concentration were significantly different among all phenotypes. Soluble solids concentration (SSC) was high in su and se compared to the lower SSC of sh2 . Early, mature, and late harvested samples differed in sucrose and total sugar content. Sugar concentration varied within phenotypes at each maturity level. Sh2 indicated no difference in sucrose and total sugars at early and mature harvests, but increased at late harvest. In contrast, sucrose and total sugar content decreased between early and mature harvests, then increased to highest levels at late harvest in se and su phenotypes. Overall, phenotype SSC increased significantly from early to late harvests, probably due to increased water-soluble polysaccharides in the su and se cultivars. Unlike other crops, a negative relationship was found in sweet corn between SSC and sucrose or total sugars, with an overall correlation of –0.51. This relationship was most affected by maturity, especially mature and late harvested sweet corn. Among phenotypes, sucrose, total sugar, and SSC were poorly correlated. Our results indicate that a refractometer should not be used to estimate total sugars or sucrose of sweet corn.

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Felipe Barrera Sánchez, Larissa Pereira Ribeiro, Mayara Fávero Cotrim, Carlos Antonio da Silva Junior, Leonardo Lopes Bhering, and Paulo Eduardo Teodoro

different from other types of tomato, generally with higher levels of dry matter, soluble solids, titratable acidity, flavor index, β-carotene, ascorbic acid, total phenolics, and antioxidant activity ( Figas et al., 2015 ). Among the compounds, the total

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B.D. Horton

Abbreviation: SSC, soluble solids concentration. The cost of publishing this paper was defrayed in part by the payment of page charges. Under postal regulations, this paper therefore must be hereby marked advertisement solely to indicate this fact.

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Sudhakar Pandey, Mathura Rai, H.C. Prasanna, and G. Kalloo

Indian consumers ( More, 2003 ). In this article, we report the release of ‘Kashi Madhu’, a cultivar with better agronomic performance and higher total soluble solids (TSS) as compared with those of current cultivars available to Indian farmers

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Kaitlyn M. Orde, Connor Eaton, and Rebecca G. Sideman

synthesis of soluble solids, osmotically adjust to ensure turgor pressure and normal plant processes are maintained ( Taiz and Zeiger, 2002 ). Sugars, especially, are a primary compatible solute used for the protection of protein structure and function

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Douglas V. Shaw

Abbreviations: SSC, soluble solids content; TA, titratable acid content. The cost of publishing this paper was defrayed in part by the payment of page charges. Under postal regulations, this paper therefore must be hereby marked advertisement

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Alex Goke, Sara Serra, and Stefano Musacchi

location of destructive dry matter (DM) and soluble solids content (SSC) measurements taken on the pear fruit. ( A ) 25 mm diameter, 10 mm depth tissue plug from which near-infrared measurements were collected. Half of the plug assessed for DM after

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Christina M. Bavougian, Paul E. Read, Vicki L. Schlegel, and Kathryn J. Hanford

. Therefore, this study was designed to determine if chemical composition of ‘Frontenac’ fruit is influenced by light intensity within the canopy. In addition to soluble solids, pH, and titratable acidity, we measured total phenolic and flavonoid