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This study was to determine whether postharvest H2S fumigation effects surface pitting development of 'Lapins' and 'Regina' cherries after cold storage, and if so, how H2S takes participate in minimizing pitting injury and its relation to cell wall metabolism. Fruit were exposed to hydrogen sulfide (H2S) gas released from sodium hydrosulfide (NaHS at rates of 0.5, 1, 2, or 3 mM), then stored at 0 °C for 4 weeks. Fruit treated with 1 and 2 mM NaHS in both cultivars had the significantly higherdoi:10.5073/jabfq.2018.091.015 fatcat:n2bc772ambbahpcwfalds26bea