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Improving the tea withering process using ethylene or UV-C

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The data set contains objective colour, respiration rate, water loss data, as well as individual catechin and theobromine concentrations of Camellia sinensis shoots subjected to UV-C radiation and ethylene supplementation during simulated withering.

Funding

BBSRC (BB/J500665/1)

Unilever R&D, UK

History

Authoriser (e.g. PI/supervisor)

l.a.terry@cranfield.ac.uk