What is the role of ripening / non-ripening fruits in terms of ecology?Discovered by the University of Tokyo
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Although the ripened and non-ripened types have been studied for many years as a very important property in horticulture, strangely, their role is hardly known ecologically, and why the ripened type is in the first place. It was unclear if there were any non-ripening fruits.
Fruits are "ripened fruits" (bananas, apples, peaches, etc.) that continue to mature after harvesting and "non-ripening ..." that do not mature after harvesting. → Continue reading
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