Temperature and Ethylene Effects on Cut Flowers of Carnation (Dianthus carophyllus L.)1

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Received for publication July 5, 1973.

Department of Pomology.

Farm Advisor, Santa Cruz County, Watsonville, California.

Murr, D. P. 1973. Influence of temperature, storage atmosphere, and chemical treatment on maturation and o-dipheno oxidase activity of cultivated mushrooms (Agaricus bisporus) after harvest. Ph.D. dissertation, Univ. Calif., Davis. 149 p.

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