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- Hua, Sui-Sheng T., et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Biosystems engineering 2018 v.166 pp. 161-169
- discriminant analysis; fructose; glucose; high performance liquid chromatography; least squares; models; near-infrared spectroscopy; nondestructive methods; potatoes; sucrose; zebra chip disease
- ... Near-Infrared (NIR) spectroscopy (900–2600 nm) was evaluated as a rapid, non-destructive method for detection of zebra chip disease (ZC) in potatoes. Two models were tested; one that directly correlated spectra with ZC and one that measured sugar concentrations which in turn are known to be correlated with ZC. Applying stepwise regression in conjunction with canonical discriminant analysis to raw ...