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    The effects of different fertilisation treatments with arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF) inoculation on AMF root colonisation, fruit yield, nutrient and total phenol contents, volatile compound composition, and sensory attributes of tomato (Solanum lycopersicum L.) were investigated. Mineral, organic, and mineral + organic fertiliser application positively affected tomato yield (35%-50%) and phosphorus concentration (24%-29%) compared with controls. AMF application had a significant impact on the total nitrogen (+9%), manganese (+12%), and hydrophilic phenol (+8%) contents in the fruit. Volatile compounds were affected by the interactive effects of fertilisation and AMF application. The response of tomato fruit sensory quality indicators was relatively modest, with only a few sensory characteristics affected to a lesser extent. Although tomato showed susceptibility to field-native AMF, particular combinations of fertilisation and AMF inoculation were more effective at improving the quality parameters of tomatoes under field conditions applied in this study. Copyright © 2021 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved.

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    Igor Pasković, Barbara Soldo, Smiljana Goreta Ban, Tomislav Radić, Marina Lukić, Branimir Urlić, Matea Mimica, Karolina Brkić Bubola, Giuseppe Colla, Youssef Rouphael, Nikola Major, Maja Šimpraga, Dean Ban, Igor Palčić, Mario Franić, Kristina Grozić, Igor Lukić. Fruit quality and volatile compound composition of processing tomato as affected by fertilisation practices and arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi application. Food chemistry. 2021 Apr 27;359:129961


    PMID: 33945985

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