Effects of different color paper bags on aroma development of Kyoho grape berries
JI Xiao-hao, WANG Bao-liang, WANG Xiao-di, SHI Xiang-bin, LIU Pei-pei, LIU Feng-zhi, WANG Hai-bo
Research Institute of Pomology, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences/Key Laboratory of Biology and Genetic Improvement of Horticultural Crops (Germplasm Resources Utilization), Ministry of Agriculture, Xingcheng 125100, P.R.China
This study investigated the influence of red, green, blue, and white paper bags on the free volatile compound development of Kyoho grape berries from green to harvest. Seven functional groups of volatiles were identified during the development of Kyoho grape berries including esters, aldehydes, alcohols, terpenes, ketones, acids, and hydrocarbons. Esters and aldehydes were abundant in Kyoho grape berries, mainly represented by ethyl acetate, ethyl butyrate, and (E)-2-hexenal. They accumulated quickly after veraison and slightly decreased toward maturation. Red, green, blue, and white paper bags promoted the accumulation of esters and inhibited the accumulation of aldehydes, also inhibited the accumulation of alcohols, tepenes, ketones, and acids. Their effect from strong to weak was green, blue, red, and white paper bags. The expression profiles of genes in the lipoxygenase-hydroperoxide lyase (LOX-HPL) pathway were also analyzed and the results indicated that the regulation of red, green, blue, and white paper bags on aldehydes, alcohols, and esters volatile aromas was at transcriptional level. The results expanded our comprehension in grape aroma biosynthesis and berry bagging technique in table grape cultivation.
Fund: This work was supported by the earmarked fund for China Agriculture Research System (CARS-30), the Introduction of International Advanced Agricultural Science and Technology Program Project, Ministry of Agriculture, China (948 Program, 2011-G28), the National Key Technologies R&D Program of China during the 12th Five-Year Plan period (2014BAD16B05), and the Agricultural Science and Technology Innovation Program, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (CAAS-ASTIP-2015-RIP-04).
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JI Xiao-hao, WANG Bao-liang, WANG Xiao-di, SHI Xiang-bin, LIU Pei-pei, LIU Feng-zhi, WANG Hai-bo. 2019. Effects of different color paper bags on aroma development of Kyoho grape berries. Journal of Integrative Agriculture,