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- L. C. Deleuran; M. H. Olesen; N. Shetty; R. Gislum; B. Boelt
- Acta horticulturae 2018 no.1209 pp. 35-40
- Brassica rapa subsp. chinensis; cultivars; environmental factors; fresh produce; leaves; multispectral imagery; near-infrared spectroscopy; packaging; production technology; seed quality; seed testing; seeds; transportation; vegetable growing; viability; vigor; washing
- ... Seed is the most fundamental input in vegetable production on which the effectiveness of other inputs and outputs depends. If the seed is of poor quality, the use of other inputs is less successful and will occasionally be irrelevant. A definition of seed quality will depend upon the use for which the seed is intended. Viability, vigor, uniformity, purity and health of the seeds are quality parame ...
- Kanellis, A.K.; Manganaris, G.A.
- Acta horticulturae 2013 no.1012 pp. 797-800
- ascorbic acid; bioactive properties; biofortification; biotechnology; chromatography; cultivars; environmental factors; fresh produce; fruit extracts; fruits; genotype; health promotion; horticultural crops; horticulture; postharvest treatment; spectroscopy; tomatoes; Greece
- ... Fruit and vegetables constitute a rich source of bioactive compounds with health-promoting properties. Therefore, apart from acceptable qualitative and sensorial attributes, horticultural commodities with proven high nutritional and bioactive content are gaining a significant place in the market. Interestingly, apart from the significant differences in bioactive compounds among different commoditi ...