ijfs12584-sup-0001-FigS1.tifimage/tif144KFigure S1. Simulation of a dendrogram generated by hierarchical clustering of twenty-three different batches of Korla pear samples based on Euclidean distance.
ijfs12584-sup-0002-FigS2.tifimage/tif527KFigure S2. Overlapped GC chromatogram for the twenty-one Korla pear samples.
ijfs12584-sup-0003-FigS3.docapplication/word66KFigure S3. GC-O analysis of the common compounds. The labels of the compound refer to Table S1.
ijfs12584-sup-0004-FigS4a.tifimage/tif74KFigure S4. Principal component analysis (PCA) of pear samples with different kinds of pears: thirty Korla pear samples, K1–K30; five Yali pear samples, Y1–Y5; five Suli pear samples, S1–S5; five Shuijing pear samples, SJ1-SJ5; five Gongli pear samples, G1–G5. (a) Scores plot and (b) loadings plot. This plot of PCA on the first two PCs with the mean centring concentrations of the twenty-six common volatiles as input data.
ijfs12584-sup-0006-FigS5.tifimage/tif75KFigure S5. Scores plot of PCA of pear samples with different harvest times: thirty Korla pear samples, K1–K30; ten samples picked 1 month in advance, P1–10; ten samples picked 1 month in advance and then performed with ripener, R1–10.
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ijfs12584-sup-0008-TableS1.docWord document83KTable S1. The information of chromatographic fingerprint of active-odour compounds of Korla pear.
ijfs12584-sup-0009-TableS2.docWord document108KTable S2. Volatile compounds and their concentrations in the ripe pear from five different pear cultivars.

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