Table III: Impact of different practices on peel color, firmness and lenticels
of mangoes at farm and retail
Due to the association between early dying symptoms in the field and postharvest lenticel
rot symptoms, we decided to carefully examine the causal agents for both diseases.
Fruit produced in the organic orchard had significantly higher percentage of lenticels
In the 2000-01 growing season, however, incidence of bitter pit and lenticels
blotch pit was inversely related to the number of Ca sprays (Figure 1).
Rhizophora mangle has stilt roots with lenticels
on the surface through which air is absorbed and transported to submerged roots.
Lianas or scandent shrubs; branchlets cylindrical, striated, with lenticels
, tomentose to glabrescent, without interpetiolar gland fields.
4 mm in diameter, surface papyraceous, glabrous, lenticels
present, internodes 4.
Recent studies suggest that oxygen transport within natural corks occurs by diffusion through a gas phase in large spaces such as lenticels
, plasmodesma-tas (microscopic channels that make the communication between cells) or inside of empty cells following the Fick's or Knudsen mechanisms.
Slender woody vine, the stem initially thinly sericeous with very short brown strongly appressed hairs, soon (already in first year) glabrescent and developing many large punctiform lenticels
Their patent-pending, strike indicators show the beautiful lenticels
(cracks and crevices) of natural cork and are lighter in weight, more buoyant than its composite counterpart.
semitectum can also occur through natural openings, including lenticels
or cracks in the epidermis that are associated with net development (BRUTON et al.
2006), who observed that the CaCl2 uptake is mainly through the lenticels