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Emilie Proulx, Yavuz Yagiz, M. Cecilia, N. Nunes, and Jean-Pierre Emond

. Conclusions Temperature had a significant effect on the shelf life and overall sensory and compositional quality of both snap bean cultivars. In general, the higher the storage temperature, the faster the deterioration of the snap bean pods, regardless of

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Carolyn F. Scagel and Jungmin Lee

composition quality beyond benefits obtained from just altering plant nutrient status or growth. For example, improving N, S, Mg, and B nutrition by AMF inoculation may enhance accumulation of caftaric, feruloyl tartaric, and caffeic acids. In contrast

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compositional quality, aroma volatiles, respiration, and electrolyte leakage was compared during storage at 5 °C for 10 days. The visual quality differed among the ripeness stages and deteriorated during storage. The shelf-life duration, based on the subjective