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|Type:||Artigo de periódico|
|Title:||Acceptance Of Banana Cultivars Resistant To Black Sigatoka By The Consumer Market Of Northeast Brazilian Region [aceitação De Cultivares De Bananas Resistentes à Sigatoka Negra Junto Ao Consumidor Da Região Nordeste Do Brasil]|
da Costa J.N.
da Silva M.A.A.P.
|Abstract:||The Black Sigatoka Disease is devastating to traditional banana cultivars. In Brazil, resistant cultivars are being developed but if the consumer's preference is not taken into account, the breeding program may not succeed. In this research the acceptability of four resistant cultivars was accessed in the Northeastern Brazilian region and compared to four commercial varieties. Two groups of consumers participated: young adults and housewives. Hedonic scale was applied to external appearance of bunches, global acceptance and acceptance of fruits' attributes (appearance without peel, aroma, flavor and texture). Preference and purchase intent were also evaluated. Data were submitted to ANOVA and Preference Mapping. Women and young adults showed similar opinions. 'Preciosa' and 'Pacovan Ken' cultivars showed to be the most promising ones. 'Preciosa' can already substitute the commercial 'Prata' and 'Pacovan' cultivars without impairing their global acceptability, but 'Pacovan Ken' still needs to be improved regarding its appearance.|
|Appears in Collections:||Unicamp - Artigos e Outros Documentos|
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