Scientists identify genes crucial to fruit flavors

07/11/2006 | FoodNavigator

New Zealand researchers have identified a number of fruit genes critical to producing flavor and aroma, a development expected to help food companies turn out products with nature-identical flavors. The scientists used microarrays to determine which genes in their database activated toward the end of the fruit's ripening process, when it develops flavor.

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