Quality of ‘Lula’ Avocados Stored in Controlled Atmospheres with or without Ethylene1

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T. T. Hatton Jr. Agricultural Research Service, U. S. Department of Agriculture Orlando, Florida

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Contributor Notes

Received for publication October 15, 1971.

Investigations Leader, Southeastern Citrus and Vegetable Investigations.

Biological technician, Subtropical and Tropical Fruit Investigations, Miami, Florida. The authors wish to acknowledge the technical assistance of staff members of the Market Quality Research Division, Orlando, for monitoring the controlled-atmosphere equipment.

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