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- Pintado, C.J.M.; Velardo, B.; Lozano, M.; Gonzalez-Gomez, D.; Hernandez, T.; Tabla, R.
- Acta horticulturae 2010 no.877 pp. 513-521
- ethylene; total soluble solids; nectarines; chilling injury; texture; postharvest losses; fruit quality; acid value; titratable acidity; postharvest injuries; cultivars; postharvest treatment; relative humidity; disease control; storage time; storage quality; firmness; peaches; cooling; ethylene production; color
- ... This research was conducted to evaluate the effect of delayed storage on chilling injury incidence and postharvest quality attributes evolution of 'Plagol 25' and 'Diamond Princess' peaches and 'Lara Bigi' and 'Honey' nectarines. Fruit were stored at 0°C and 95% relative humidity (control) or held at 20°C for 2 days before cooling them for 1-5 weeks (delayed storage). Then, fruit were transferred ...