Investigation of Brazilian grape juice metabolomic profile changes caused by methyl jasmonate pre‐harvest treatment

This work aimed to investigate the impact of MeJa (methyl jasmonate) treatment on grape juice produced via a traditional low-cost process from two Vitis labrusca cultivars and in two Brazilian regions.

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