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Erin P. Moody, John M. Dole, and Jared Barnes

Carolina in Expt. 2. ‘First Red’ and ‘Freedom’ had at least a 2 d increase in vase life when treated with STS as compared with the air storage control ( Table 2 ). ‘Classy’, ‘Forever Young’, and ‘Rouge Baiser’ were unaffected by pretreatment with either

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Max G. Villalobos-Acuña, William V. Biasi, Sylvia Flores, Elizabeth J. Mitcham, Rachel B. Elkins, and Neil H. Willits

fruit phytotoxicity were rated using the following scale: 0 = none; 1 = slight; 2 = moderate; 3 = severe. Fruit evaluation. Ripening time varied depending on the storage time, with 8 d at harvest and 5 d after 3.5 and 6 months in regular air

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Maude Lachapelle, Gaétan Bourgeois, Jennifer R. DeEll, Katrine A. Stewart, and Philippe Séguin

Ontario, Quebec, and Nova Scotia (Canada) at harvest and soggy breakdown incidence after 3 to 4 mo. in air storage at 3 °C (years 2002 to 2006) and after 4 to 5 mo. at 0.5–1.0 °C (years 2009 to 2011). The only parameter that varied significantly during

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Peter M.A. Toivonen, Jared Stoochnoff, Kevin Usher, Changwen Lu, Paul A. Wiersma, and Chunhua Zhou

those described for the previous orchard, at an average Cornell starch clearing chart index of 3.2 ± 0.6 ( Blanpied and Silsby, 1992 ) for 15 randomly chosen apple samples. These apples were held at 0.5 °C in air storage until ultraviolet light

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Benjamin Paskus, Patrick Abeli, and Randolph Beaudry

-designed, laboratory-scale LPS system, RH can be maintained at levels exceeding 99.5% with no appreciable difference in water loss compared with properly managed, refrigerated air storage at high humidity. Despite the excellent performance at restricting moisture loss

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Francisco E. Loayza, Michael T. Masarirambi, Jeffrey K. Brecht, Steven A. Sargent, and Charles A. Sims

air storage at 20 °C, ACO activity was similar among all treatments. In the case of ethylene treatment for 72 h, our findings showed that there was no difference in ACO activity measured immediately after treatment between all the ethylene treatments

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Tara Auxt Baugher, Richard Marini, James R. Schupp, and Christopher B. Watkins

samples were stored at the Penn State Fruit Research and Extension Center, Biglerville, PA, in air storage maintained at 3.3 °C. Fruit were assessed for the incidence of bitter pit after 4 months in storage plus 7 d at 20 °C. Statistical analysis

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Chen Jiang, Penelope Perkins-Veazie, Sylvia M. Blankenship, Michael D. Boyette, Zvezdana Pesic-VanEsbroeck, Katherine M. Jennings, and Jonathan R. Schultheis

ambient air storage conditions. 20 storage roots, as 20 replications, were sampled per treatment per sampling time. Storage roots obtained from the 2010 season were treated with ethylene starting 29 Mar. 2011, after the roots had been cured and in storage

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James J. Polashock, Robert A. Saftner, and Matthew Kramer

response to prestorage heat, controlled atmosphere, and air storage J. Amer. Soc. Hort. Sci. 127 1006 1012 Sipailiene, A. Venskutonis, P.R. Beranauskiene, R. Sarkinas, A. 2006 Antimicrobial activity of

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Xingbin Xie, Todd Einhorn, and Yan Wang

life of ≈1.5 to 2 months in regular air storage at −1 °C ( Sugar and Lombard, 1989 ) or 3 to 4 months in controlled atmospheric storage (CA) ( Richardson and Kupferman, 1997 ). Consequently, ‘Starkrimson’ has a narrow marketing season that is limited