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- Hajnajari, H.; Peyghambari, A.; Koochaki, M.F.
- Acta horticulturae 2010 no.877 pp. 905-911
- Malus domestica; apples; cold storage; cultivars; early development; firmness; food preservation; fruit maturity; fruit quality; harvest date; markets; pH; postharvest treatment; qualitative analysis; quantitative analysis; ripening; shelf life; titratable acidity; total soluble solids; weight loss; Iran
- ... Genetic cultivar attitude in cold storage makes an important contribution to the preservation of qualitative and quantitative properties of apples [Malus sylvestris (L.) Mill. var. domestica (Borkh) Mansf]. The national cultivars collection, located in the Kamal abad Reserch station (Karaj-Iran) contains 108 commercial apples. The intent of this research was individuation of those native early and ...
- Neves, L.C.; Silva, V.X. da; Tosin, J.M.; Prill, M.A. de Souza; Roberto, S.R.
- Acta horticulturae 2010 no.877 pp. 887-897
- food spoilage; total soluble solids; fruit pulp; postharvest physiology; chilling injury; food storage; phenol; titratable acidity; postharvest injuries; harvest date; cultivars; postharvest treatment; relative humidity; catechol oxidase; food preservation; storage time; storage quality; commercialization; temperature; colored varieties; fruits; peaches; fruit maturity; ripening; enzymatic browning; cold storage; Brazil
- ... The purpose of this research was to study the effect of delayed storage in the preservation of the quality, as well as the control of chilling injuries during cold storage of late peaches from Brazil. The research was carried out over the course of two years (2003 and 2004), using yellow pulp peaches and white pulp peaches. All the cultivars were exposed to temperatures of 20°C and 75±3% of U.R., ...