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Articles by J. H. Ye
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  J. Jang , Y. C. Yang , G. H. Zhang , H. Chen , J. L. Lu , Y. Y. Du , J. H. Ye , Q. Ye , D. Borthakur , X. Q. Zheng and Y. R. Liang
  Many volatiles in fresh tea leaf are in the forms bound with glycosides and they are released by action of β-primeverosidase and β-glucosidase during tea processing. Effect of ultra-violet B on release of volatiles in fresh tea leaves of two tea cultivars, “Maoxie” and “Anhui-9,” were investigated. Types of volatile and their concentration increased when ultra-violet B was applied at 3.0 μmol m-2 s-1 for 2 h and then decreased as the irradiation was extended to 6 h. The relation of expression of β-primeverosidase and β-glucosidase genes to the release of volatiles were also discussed.
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