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Erik J. Landry and David J. Wolyn

freezing tolerance, although the associated early nitrogen reclamation, high storage root proline concentration, and timely dormancy traits could be advantageous in locations with cold winters. The hypothesis that early fern senescence in GM resulted in

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Xingbin Xie, Congbing Fang, and Yan Wang

eating quality, yellowing, and decay occur commercially in certain production years ( Chen, 2004 ; Chen et al., 1983 ). A high EPR during cold storage may contribute to its relatively low storage potential ( Chen et al., 1982 , 1983 ). In addition to

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Nan Tang, Rulong Jia, Jicheng Yin, Yan Wang, and Daocheng Tang

uniformity of seedling emergence, the best temperature and storage time for bulblet pretreatment is 5 °C and 3 weeks. Table 1. Effects of low temperature and storage time on seedling sprouting. Effects of cold treatments on the sprouting rate

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Sai Xu, Huazhong Lu, and Xiuxiu Sun

for sellers to handle litchi fruit storage timely and accurately. Fresh food with less storage time has an increasingly important role in consumer habits because of better standards of living (Elshiekh and Habiba, 1996). Because cold storage extends

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Hui-juan Zhou, Zheng-wen Ye, Ming-shen Su, Ji-hong Du, and Xiong-wei Li

refrigerated storage, which may improve cold resistance. The ratio of HSP to soluble protein was constantly higher ( P < 0.05) in heat-treated fruit than in control fruit ( Fig. 1C ), indicating that heat treatment was more effective on HSP than soluble

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Gustavo H.A. Teixeira and José F. Durigan

different from those grown in Brazil. The ‘Pedro Sato’ guava is the most important red pulp cultivar for fresh consumption in Brazil. The objective of this study was to determine the best oxygen concentration for extended cold storage of ‘Pedro Sato’ guava

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Pedro Novillo, Alejandra Salvador, Pilar Navarro, and Cristina Besada

during cold storage ( Woolf et al., 1997 ; Zhang et al., 2010 ). ‘Rojo Brillante’ persimmon has been widely reported to exhibit CI symptoms when stored at temperatures below 15 °C. The main CI symptom of this cultivar is a fast firmness loss. This flesh

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James P. Mattheis

can prevent scald, softening of treated fruit is delayed and may not predictably occur after fruit are removed from cold storage ( Argenta et al., 2003 ; Bai et al., 2006 ; Baritelle et al., 2001 ; Calvo, 2003 ; Chen and Spotts, 2006 ; Xie et al

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Nathan J. Jahnke, Jennifer Kalinowski, and John M. Dole

Many plant species grown for cut flowers and foliage have specific postharvest handling guidelines. Implementation of these guidelines helps to maintain or improve quality throughout the supply chain. Keeping cut stems in cold storage is a

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Jinhe Bai, Xinhua Yin, Bruce D. Whitaker, Kristi Deschuytter, and Paul M. Chen

Superficial scald is a major physiological disorder of ‘Anjou’ pears that occurs after ≥3 or 5 months of cold storage in air or controlled atmosphere (CA), respectively ( Hansen and Mellenthin, 1979 ). The commercial air storage target for ‘Anjou